February, 2019


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    While Central Canada and the US Midwest are currently coping with some of the coldest temperatures and wind chills in decades, Alaska is overheating, with temperatures 20 degrees warmer than average, and January was Australia's hottest month on record! Climate change does not just lead to overall global warming, but also to extreme heating events, like Australia's current drought and heat waves, as the regular atmospheric patterns are disrupted. In the Pacific Basin, we see this in the form of shifting storm paths and intensities, changes in wind and rain patterns, and increasing air temperatures. PI-CASC works with stakeholders to use the best science available to plan how best to adapt to these varying conditions. We hope you find the following events, resources, and opportunities useful.

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