Pacific Northwest Regional Assessment: The impacts of climate variability and climate change on the water resources of the Columbia River Basin

@inproceedings{Miles2000PacificNR,
  title={Pacific Northwest Regional Assessment: The impacts of climate variability and climate change on the water resources of the Columbia River Basin},
  author={Edward L. Miles and Amy Katherine Snover and Alan F. Hamlet and Bridget M. Callahan and David Henning Fluharty},
  year={2000}
}
: The Pacific Northwest (PNW) regional assessment is an integrated examination of the consequences of natural climate variability and projected future climate change for the natural and human systems of the region. The assessment currently focuses on four sectors: hydrology/water resources, forests and forestry, aquatic ecosystems, and coastal activities. The assessment begins by identifying and elucidating the natural patterns of climate vanability in the PNW on interannual to decadal… CONTINUE READING
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