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"A network of networks" - GLAF 2016 will bring together practitioners and researchers from across the Great Lakes region of Canada and the United States for 3 days of sharing climate adaptation and resilience solutions and products in an engaged learning program.
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Thursday, October 6 • 3:30pm - 5:15pm
Great Lakes Integrated Sciences & Assessments (GLISA): Practitioner Partnerships for Great Lakes Ensemble

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This workgroup is aimed at bringing together climate data/information users in the Great Lakes region to discuss current successes, challenges, and gaps related to the usability of high-quality climate data/information for our region. The session will start with a brief description of the Ensemble works, and then transition into group discussions on the topics of 1) where/how participants currently get climate data/information 2) how participants are currently using climate data/information and 3) the usability of existing products.  These conversations will help identify data/information gaps that the Great Lakes Ensemble can aim to address to better serve practitioners in the region.   

GLISA’s primary goal for the Ensemble is to make it easier to incorporate climate data/information into adaptation activities across the region ranging from climate impact modeling to urban adaption planning. This cannot be achieved without the guidance from those performing those activities. An end goal of this session is to establish a practioner’s advisory committee, which will offer participants the opportunity to work more closely with GLISA and guide the types of products that are developed out of the Ensemble.

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Laura Briley

Climatologist, Great Lakes Integrated Sciences and Assessments
As a research associate for the Great Lakes Integrated Sciences & Assessments (GLISA) Center, Laura works collaboratively with other GLISA scientists and climate change decision makers to bring useful and usable climate information to climate change problem solving. Much of Laura’s work focuses on how to incorporate climate model projections and their uncertainty into decision-making processes. As part of this work, Laura is also helping to... Read More →



Thursday October 6, 2016 3:30pm - 5:15pm
Boardroom 5, 6th Floor Palmer Commons, 100 Washtenaw Avenue, Ann Arbor

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