Groundwater, Climate And Stakeholder Engagement (GCASE)

Project Summary

Planning to meet water demands in semi-arid regions is particularly challenging for groundwater dependent communities where aquifers are being replenished by intermittent streamflow events.  Projected and observed climatic changes for the Southwest increase uncertainties. The project, Incorporating Climate Information and Stakeholder Engagement in Groundwater Resources Planning and Management, employs a novel modeling framework and extensive stakeholder interactions to achieve the following three objectives: (1) Address climate uncertainties with a sophisticated modeling framework; (2) Increase stakeholder capacity to adapt water planning and management to future climate uncertainties; and (3) Establish the transferability of the modeling framework and capacity building approach. More>>

Journal of Hydrology: Climate change and water resources management in the Upper Santa Cruz River, Arizona

Listing of Workshops

Table of Workshops

Transferability Workshops, November 13, 2014:

Groundwater, Climate and Stakeholder Engagement (GCASE) - Transferability Criteria

Proyecto de Agua Subterránea, Clima y Participación Multilateral (PASCPM) Criterio de Transferabilidad

GCASE: Upper Santa Cruz River Case Study

GCASE/PASCPM: Caso de Estudio para la Cuenca Alta del Río Santa Cruz

GCASE: Methodology Climate change impact assessment on water resources

GCASE/PASCPM: Metodología Impacto del cambio climático en el manejo de recursos hídricos

Transferability Workshops, April 2014:

Invitation and Project Summary

 
 

February 5, 2014:

link:  94th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting
poster:  Assessment of climate change impact on groundwater reservoirs and water resources management in the Upper Santa Cruz River, Arizona

 

November 21, 2013:

 

WRRC

Team

Documents

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Workshops

 

Aerial view of the Santa Cruz River facing northwest over the northern portion of Rio Rico (background: Tumac├ícori Mountains). Ultralight photograph of the Santa Cruz River facing northwest over the northern portion of Rio Rico. (background: Tumacácori Mountains)

                

This work is funded under a grant from the Sectoral Applications Research Program (SARP) of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Program Office. The views expressed represent those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of NOAA.