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Research Project: Uncertainty of Future Water Availability Due to Climate Change and Impacts on the Long Term Sustainability and Resilience of Agricultural Lands in the Southern Great Plains

Location: Agroclimate and Natural Resources Research

Title: Regional resources to address climate vulnerability in the southern plains

Author
item Brown, David
item Langston, Mike - Us Geological Survey (USGS)
item Shafer, Mark - University Of Oklahoma

Submitted to: Grazinglands Research Laboratory Miscellaneous Publication
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: 10/24/2018
Publication Date: 10/26/2018
Citation: Brown, D.P., Langston, M., Shafer, M. 2018. Regional resources to address climate vulnerability in the southern plains [abstract]. Texas A&M Grand Challenge Conference: Building Climate Resilience. Available at: https://buildingclimateresilience.com/events/fall-2018-conference/.

Interpretive Summary: Abstract only

Technical Abstract: Climate change poses many challenges to agricultural and ecological systems in the Southern Plains. Robust, sustainable solutions to those challenges require collaborative, multidisciplinary partnerships that span the climate science-to-services spectrum. In this presentation, we highlight the work of three federally-funded programs with relevant, regional-scale mission mandates that are already in place in the region, and that can serve as multi-faceted resources to meet those challenges.