Sharing Technical and Scientific Knowledge About Extreme Precipitation
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|Date:||Tuesday, June 25, 2019|
|Place:||ARC Conference Center|
University of California, Davis
|About the Theme|
The Impacts of Global Warming on California — A 30-Year Retrospective and Future Projections
The theme is based on the June 1989 report prepared by the California Energy Commission titled: The Impacts of Global Warming on California [PDF*, 2.9Mb].
We will use the report to look back at what was known in 1989 and the projections made then. Topics to cover will include:
Why was the 1989 report prepared? Consider the report's Introduction:
What is CEPSYM?
The California Extreme Precipitation Symposium is an informal day of scientific and technical presentations meant to increase our knowledge and understanding of extreme precipitation events. Goals of CEPSYM are to improve flood risk management planning and increase warning time for large floods.
Each year, CEPSYM presentations focus on a specific theme. Almost every paper or presentation given since starting in 1994 is available under Speaker Presentations.
Speaker presentations from each Symposium are available on this website. Presentations may be posted in one or more formats: abstracts, printable slides from the presenters, and/or audio of the sessions.
- Speaker Presentations page — list of prior year themes and links to the proceedings for those years
- Speaker Index — list of speakers and their presentations
Interested? Are you interested in talking on a technical or scientific topic related to the Symposium's purpose? Would you like to attend the next symposium? Contact the Coordinator, Gary Estes, to be notified via email of the next Symposium.