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Final Report: Identifying Characteristics of Actionable Science for Drought Planning and Adaptation

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Adam K Wilke, and Amanda E Cravens, 2019-07, Final Report: Identifying Characteristics of Actionable Science for Drought Planning and Adaptation: .

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Changing climate conditions can make water management planning and drought preparedness decisions more complicated than ever before. Federal and State natural resource managers can no longer rely solely on historical trends as a baseline and thus are in need of science that is relevant to their specific needs to inform important planning decisions. Questions remain, however, regarding the most effective and efficient methods for extending scientific knowledge and products into management and decision-making. This project analyzed two unique cases of water management to better understand how science can be translated into resource management actions and decision-making, focusing particularly on how the context of how drought influences [...]

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Adam K Wilke, Amanda E Cravens
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North Central CASC

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  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers
  • North Central CASC

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