State Climatologist Mary Stampone presents 'New Hampshire New Normal'
Provides an overview of climate change in New Hampshire looking at recent past and possible future changes in temperature and precipitation as well as some context for interpreting changing weather patterns in a changing climate.
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Bio: Dr. Mary Stampone is an Associate Professor of Geography at the University of New Hampshire where she teaches undergraduate courses on weather, climate, and natural hazards. As an applied climatologist her research focuses on monitoring and modeling variability and change in regional-scale climate system processes with an emphasis on hydroclimatic hazards (i.e. drought, flooding, severe weather). Dr. Stampone is also the State Climatologist for New Hampshire, providing citizens, educators, and government agencies with weather and climate information in support of environmental management and adaptation activities. She is the point of contact for state weather and climate observing networks including the US Climate Reference Network (CRN), Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow (CoCoRaHS) network, and is the NWS cooperative observer for Durham, NH. Recently, she co-authored the "Northeast" chapter of the 4th National Climate Assessment, served on the NH Coastal Flood Risk Science and Technical Advisory Panel, and continues to serve as a member of the NH Drought Management Team.
Thursday, October 7, 2021 - 7:00pm
Name of Organization:
Conway Public Library