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Water-related Impacts from Climate Change: Tools and Resources for Extension Professionals

ESP Public Issues Webinar Series: Water in the 21st Century



Water-related Impacts from Climate Change: Tools and Resources for Extension Professionals  



Paul Lachapelle, Associate Professor and Extension Community Development Specialist, Montana State University



Madison Boone, Institute on Ecosystems, Montana State University



Droughts and extreme precipitation events are projected to become more acute and impactful as a result of climate change in the coming decades. This webinar will explore issues related to water and water supply for rural and urban areas in the United States and various tools and resources available to Extension faculty for outreach and research.



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