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  • The Goldilocks Effect: Alaska Precipitation Extremes, too much, too little or just right. (Rick Thoman)

Dear LEO Network Members and Participants,

Thank you for joining us in the February LEO Network webinar. The video recording and presentation slides are available at the bottom of this page. 

Agenda:

1:45pm - Conference Line Opens

2:00pm - Welcome, Agenda Review

2:05pm - LEO Observation Review and Discussion

2:40pm - Presentation

The Goldilocks Effect: Alaska Precipitation Extremes, too much, too little or just right.

Presenter: Rick Thoman, Climate Specialist, ACCAP/UAF

Description:

Rain and snow extremes, whether it’s too much or not enough, can cause significant impacts to individuals, communities, activities and the larger ecosystem. This presentation will review how precipitation is measured, examples of precipitation extremes and impacts in Alaska and what factors contribute to these events.

To access webinar and/or call-in

  • The webinar room will open at 1:45 on February 23rd, 2021. Click "Join Webinar" at the top of this message to enter the webinar room. You will have the option to join with computer audio or by telephone. 
  • Participant Call-in Line: 1-833-548-0282
  • Meeting ID: 968 8741 7683
  • Passcode: 455907

*All LEO webinars are recorded and archived on the LEO Website


Thank you LEO Network members for joining us in the February webinar.

Respectfully,

The LEO Team at ANTHC