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Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation: Storm Intensity Duration Frequency (August 2017)




 Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation: Storm Intensity Duration Frequency (August 2017)
As atmospheric temperatures increase, the atmosphere can hold more moisture. As a result, storms are expected to be more intense. This first webinar of a four-part series discussed how and why to use the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) data to forecast storm intensity-duration-frequency (IDF) using the City of Surrey in British Columbia as an example. In addition, the webinar reviewed how the City of Surrey is using the new IDF curves in planning stormwater infrastructure renovations.

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All four sessions of this webinar may be purchased as a package. See order code WEBINAR-60. To order any other individual webinar from the series, see order codes WEBINAR-60b, WEBINAR-60c, and WEBINAR-60d.
Item Number: WEBINAR-60a
Shipping Weight: 0lbs. 0oz.
Price: $152.00
Authors/Editors: Hong Liu, Sean Capstick, Andrew Wiens

Year Published: 2017

Publisher: A&WMA

Format: online