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Climate in context : science and society partnering for adaptation / edited by Adam S. Parris, Gregg M. Garfin, kirstin Dow, Ryan Meyer and Sarah L. Close.

Contributor(s): Parris, Adam S [editor.] | Garfin, Gregg [editor.] | Dow, Kirstin [editor.] | Meyer, Ryan [editor.] | Close, Sarah L [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chichester : West Sussex John Wiley &​ Sons, Inc., c2016Description: xxvi, 274 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781118474792 (cloth).Subject(s): Climate change mitigation -- Planning | Environmental policyDDC classification: 363.73874561 CLI
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Section I Understanding context and risk 1.Assessing needs and decision contexts: RISA approaches to engagement research /​ Rachel E. Riley 2.Understanding the user context: decision calendars as frameworks for linking climate to policy, planning, and decision-making /​ Robert S. Webb 3.Climate science for decision-making in the New York metropolitan region /​ Linda Sohl Section II Managing knowledge-to-action networks 4.Connecting climate information with practical uses: Extension and the NOAA RISA program /​ Clyde Fraisse 5.Participatory, dynamic models: a tool for dialogue /​ Michael Beaulac 6.Not another webinar! Regional webinars as a platform for climate knowledge-to-action networking in Alaska /​ J. Brook Gamble Section III Innovating services 7.The making of national seasonal wild fire outlooks /​ Ed Delgado 8.Challenges, pitfalls, and lessons learned in developing a drought decision-support tool /​ Art DeGaetano Contents note continued: 9.Managing the 2011 drought: a climate services partnership /​ Chad McNutt Section IV Advancing science policy 10.Evaluation to advance science policy: lessons from Pacific RISA and CLIMAS /​ Gigi Owen 11.Navigating scales of knowledge and decision-making in the Intermountain West: implications for science policy /​ Andrea J. Ray 12.Evolving the practice of Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments /​ Gregg Garfin.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: Section I Understanding context and risk
1.Assessing needs and decision contexts: RISA approaches to engagement research /​ Rachel E. Riley
2.Understanding the user context: decision calendars as frameworks for linking climate to policy, planning, and decision-making /​ Robert S. Webb
3.Climate science for decision-making in the New York metropolitan region /​ Linda Sohl
Section II Managing knowledge-to-action networks
4.Connecting climate information with practical uses: Extension and the NOAA RISA program /​ Clyde Fraisse
5.Participatory, dynamic models: a tool for dialogue /​ Michael Beaulac
6.Not another webinar! Regional webinars as a platform for climate knowledge-to-action networking in Alaska /​ J. Brook Gamble
Section III Innovating services
7.The making of national seasonal wild fire outlooks /​ Ed Delgado
8.Challenges, pitfalls, and lessons learned in developing a drought decision-support tool /​ Art DeGaetano
Contents note continued: 9.Managing the 2011 drought: a climate services partnership /​ Chad McNutt
Section IV Advancing science policy
10.Evaluation to advance science policy: lessons from Pacific RISA and CLIMAS /​ Gigi Owen
11.Navigating scales of knowledge and decision-making in the Intermountain West: implications for science policy /​ Andrea J. Ray
12.Evolving the practice of Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments /​ Gregg Garfin.

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