Other Past Issues:
- Urban Water ManagementVolume 9, Number 1
- Water ConservationVolume 8, Number 6
- CO2 SequestrationVolume 8, Number 5
- Nitrates in GroundwaterVolume 8, Number 4
- Beyond StationarityVolume 8, Number 3
- Watershed ManagementVolume 8, Number 2
- Dear Mr. President and Members of Congress:Volume 8, Number 1
- Uranium MiningVolume 7, Number 6
- Water Projects Writ LargeVolume 7, Number 5
- Endangered SpeciesVolume 7, Number 4
- Aquifer Recharge, Storage, and RecoveryVolume 7, Number 3
- Too Much SaltVolume 7, Number 2
- EvapotranspirationVolume 7, Number 1
- Invasive SpeciesVolume 6, Number 6
- Water-Energy Nexus Volume 6, Number 5
- Forensic Hydrology Volume 6, Number 4
- Can We Have It All? Volume 6, Number 3
- Cloud Seeding Volume 6, Number 2
- Inconvenient Hydrology? Volume 6, Number 1
- Disinfection Byproducts Volume 5, Number 6
- Rural Water Volume 5, Number 5
- Decision Support Systems Volume 5, Number 4
- Dealing With Data Volume 5, Number 3
- Aging Infrastructure Volume 5, Number 2
- Constructed Wetlands Volume 5, Number 1
- Produced Water Volume 4, Number 6
- Border Crossing Volume 4, Number 5
- 21st Century Agriculture Volume 4, Number 4
- Remote Sensing of Hydrologic Parameters Volume 4, Number 3
- Drought Along the Colorado River Volume 4, Number 2
- Sustainability in an Era of Limits Volume 4, Number 1
- Waterborne Pathogens Volume 3, Number 6
- Watersheds on Fire Volume 3, Number 5
- Management of Terminal Lakes Volume 3, Number 4
- GIS Applications in Hydrology Volume 3, Number 3
- Water as a Commodity Volume 3, Number 2
- The Re-emergence of the Colorado River Delta Volume 3, Number 1
- PPCPs in Our Waters Volume 2, Number 6
- Remote Data Acquisition Volume 2, Number 5
- Groundwater/Surface Water: Managed or Litigated? Volume 2, Number 4
- Desalination Volume 2, Number 3
- Riparian Restoration Volume 2, Number 2
- Tracking Groundwater with Isotopes Volume 2, Number 1
- Natural Resources Damage Assessments Volume 1, Number 4
- The Hydrology of Mine Pit Lakes Volume 1, Number 3
- Climate Variability and Water Resources Planning Volume 1, Number 2
- Arsenic in Drinking Water Volume 1, Number 1
Climate Variability and Water Resources Planning
|Volume 1 Number 2
“Drought” is all over the headlines these days. But what constitutes a drought? What is “average?” Are we being short-sighted by basing our policies and actions on conditions that have occurred in our lifetime? Whether we react to weather or plan for climate depends not only on how well we understand past climate, but also on how well we can predict future climate. Do agencies and industry incorporate climate variability data in their current operations? Should they? We asked several authorities who work with climate on a daily basis to address these issues.
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