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Expected Changes in Key Weather-related Extreme Events in California - Alexander Gershunov

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Published on Mar 5, 2012

From the Scripps Institution of Oceanography Extreme Climate Workshop held Dec. 13, 2011.

Vulnerability and Adaptation to Extreme Events in California in the Context of Changing Climate: New Scientific Findings

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  1. 55

    FLIP 50th

  2. 56

    Scripps Day 2012

  3. 57

    Strange Truths of the Deep Sea

  4. 58

    Flip Action Roll

  5. 59

    Join the Journey

  6. 60

    Thank You for Supporting Scripps

  7. 61

    Exploring Beyond the Abyss with James Cameron's DEEPSEA CHALLENGE Expedition

  8. 62

    R/V New Horizon Spotted Off Scripps Pier

  9. 63

    Barriers to Climate Adaptation in CA: Why Technical Solutions are Not Enough - Susi Moser

  10. 64

    A 'Second Front' in the War Against Global Warming

  11. 65

    Potential Coastal Flooding in the San Francisco Region

  12. 66

    A Decision-support System to Reduce Vulnerability to Extreme Events - Konstantine Geogakakos

  13. 67

    The Economic Consequences of Extreme Events - Michael Hanemann

  14. 68

    Impacts of Extreme Weather and Climate on Terrestrial Biota in California - Terry Root

  15. 69

    Extreme Weather and Catastrophic Wildfires in California

  16. 70

    Extreme Events, Water Hazards, and Water Supply - Marty Ralph

  17. 71

    Potential Impacts of Extreme Events on Electrical Energy Demand - Maximilian Auffhammer

  18. 72

    Climate and Weather Extremes and Human Health - Bart Ostro

  19. 73

    Extreme Events and Agricultural Production in California - Louise Jackson

  20. 74

    Sea-level Rise and Coastal Impacts - Gary Griggs

  21. Expected Changes in Key Weather-related Extreme Events in California - Alexander Gershunov

  22. 76

    Mysterious lifeforms of the deep sea

  23. 77

    Preparing for Extremes: Fieldwork in Antarctica

  24. 78

    Scripps researcher Miriam Goldstein at America's Cup

  25. 79

    Tony Haymet at America's Cup San Diego

  26. 80

    Making "The Last Reef"

  27. 81

    James Day Q&A

  28. 82

    Robert L. Fisher's Rock Collection

  29. 83

    The Reassurance of Physics

  30. 84

    Photography in the Deepest Sea

  31. 85

    Peter Davis Sharjah Television Interview

  32. 86

    Voyage to the Mariana Trench

  33. 87

    Scripps Study Finds Plastic in Nine Percent of 'Garbage Patch' Fishes

  34. 88

    Extremophiles Unite!

  35. 89

    Emperors of Diving

  36. 90

    Uncovering Hidden Complexity in Coral Reef Ecosystems

  37. 91

    Reading the Earth

  38. 92

    The Ocean Impacts Us All -- Scripps Institution of Oceanography

  39. 93

    Q&A with Scripps Fellowship Students

  40. 94

    A Tale of Multiple Stressors and Climate Change

  41. 95

    Who's the Daddy (or Daddies?): Newborn Sharks at Scripps Oceanography

  42. 96

    The Call of the Arctic

  43. 97

    Turbulent Times at the Beach

  44. 98

    How the Forecast was Created

  45. 99

    The Outlook for Lake Mead

  46. 100

    Oceans on the Precipice

  47. 101

    Scripps Scientists to Develop 'Swarms' of Miniature Robotic Ocean Explorers

  48. 102

    Expeditions Reveal Gulf of California's Deep Sea Secrets, As Well as Human Imprints

  49. 103

    Linda Holland discusses amphioxus genome Part II

  50. 104

    Linda Holland discusses amphioxus genome Part I

  51. 105

    Scripps Oceanography Research Pegs ID of Red Tide Killer

  52. 106

    Navy Awards New Science Ship to Scripps Institution of Oceanography

  53. 107

    Scripps Research Vessel Melville Returns after Two-and-a-Half Year Voyage

  54. 108

    Scientists Discover Evidence of 30 Million-Year-Old Bone-eating Worms

  55. 109

    EMBARGOED BY PLOS (Spanish Version)

  56. 110

    Whale Caught on Video Gives Rare Clues about Hunting Strategy, Sound Production

  57. 111

    The Second Century of Discovery - Scripps Institution of Oceanography

  58. 112

    The Call of the Arctic

  59. 113

    The Ocean's Accelerator

  60. 114

    UC San Diego: Roger Revelle's Vision

  61. 115

    Lessons From Deepwater

  62. 116

    Jewels in the Mud

  63. 117

    Sustainability and Science

  64. 118

    Giant Black Jelly

  65. 119

    Time-Critical

  66. 120

    A New Frontier in Environmental Research at Scripps

  67. 121

    Wiring the Oceans

  68. 122

    Unexpected Sea Lion Visitor

  69. 123

    Inside the Plastic Vortex

  70. 124

    Clearing the Air

  71. 125

    The World Comes to Copenhagen - Part 2

  72. 126

    The World Comes to Copenhagen - Part 1

  73. 127

    Flight of the Dragons

  74. 128

    Scripps Honors Prince Albert II of Monaco

  75. 129

    Seething History

  76. 130

    (Narrated) Footage from SEAPLEX Voyage to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

  77. 131

    Footage from SEAPLEX Voyage to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

  78. 132

    SEAPLEX: Scripps Expedition to the "Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch"

  79. 133

    FLIP Flips

  80. 134

    Discovering Diversity in the Tropics

  81. 135

    Fine Details

  82. 136

    Birth of an Ocean

  83. 137

    Ellen Revelle Remembers

  84. 138

    Life Behind Bars

  85. 139

    Carbonated Oceans

  86. 140

    A Step Ahead of the Next 'Big One'

  87. 141

    Green Bullet

  88. 142

    Rising Tide

  89. 143

    Feeling the Heat: The Climate Challenge (Visitor Experience)

  90. 144

    Buried at Sea

  91. 145

    The Origins of Slime

  92. 146

    Our First Sip of Seawater

  93. 147

    Heading Due South

  94. 148

    The Beach of the Future

  95. 149

    The DIV Tests (Drilling Induced Vibrations)

  96. 150

    Welcome to the New Normal

  97. 151

    The Keeling Curve Turns 50

  98. 152

    Earth's Outlook from Above

  99. 153

    Deeply Connected

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