Webinar #16 - Thursday, March 7, 2013
"I before E" Except in Drought
Mark Svoboda, NDMC, Lincoln, NE
Drought is one of the least understood, yet most costly of all
disasters. This talk will focus on how all droughts are local and how
their impacts affect us and the environment around us. Impacts are the
face of drought and they expose our vulnerability to this unique hazard.
Special attention will be paid to drought early warning and information
systems and the integral role networks such as CoCoRaHS play in feeding
useful information to those in decision support and policy making.
Tools of the trade will be explored to look into the
state-of-the-science in tackling drought in the U.S. in a proactive
View the Webinar by clicking here: http://youtu.be/604WhTxkvsM
View Mark Svoboda's presentation slides (16MB)