The April 2007 workshop was held in conjunction with the 21st annual meeting of the Arizona Riparian Council and drew together over 100 participants representing representing riparian scientists and land and water managers from across Arizona. Presentations over the three day workshop brought out important and timely discussions on the complex interactions between climate variability and change and current and future management options for Arizona's highly-sensitive riparian areas. Two unique workshop exercises connected researchers with managers to discuss and explore research needs as well as strategies for communicating climate change information in timely and useful manners for planning and decision making.

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Workshop Materials

Workshop Organizing Team


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