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Winter Speaker Series: Colorado Climate Outlook with Peter Goble - Shared screen with speaker view
Tony Prendergast
01:11:14
Are we likely to see more dramatic storm events. Bigger snowstorms. More intense rain events, etc
LANZ photography
01:11:46
Can we plant any trees or plants that would help keep more water in the soil or bring more in the air to help combat drought?
Apost
01:14:35
I follow Roger Peilke and he keeps reminding us that outdated science is a Big problem, in climate science with the obsolete references to RCP 8.5. which depended upon the massive increase in third world coal use.
Donald Benjamin
01:15:22
What is the level of Colorado snow pack this year, compared to prior years?
roberthalley
01:16:31
Should irrigators plan to store more Spring run-off water to use in drier, hotter Septembers?
Tony Prendergast
01:17:00
Are there regionally localized affects to our western slope climate from things like high methane emissions, or increased dust in the air from industrial activities or motorized recreation activities to the west of us in the Great Basin and Utah?
Apost
01:18:53
Is there any reliable weather station that records rainfall for Delta?
Peter Goble
01:22:59
CoCoRaHS.org
Apost
01:23:01
Population collapse is a new threat worldwide, by 2050 in China for instance. Is this something anyone in the climate sphere is considering in their predictions? Peter Zeihan is the Geopop demographic expert who is seeing this.
WSCC
01:24:16
WSCC has a CoCoRaHS gauge, and it’s a cool thing to keep track of!
Andrea Wang
01:25:30
Do you have or track data that correlates precipitation and temperature with water flows in the state
roberthalley
01:26:49
Thank you! Well done, very informative and clear presentation.
Tony Prendergast
01:27:17
Really awesome, informative and useful presentation. Thx!!!
LANZ photography
01:28:06
how much do you charge for a rain dance in our area?j/k Thanks for all the great info!
Apost
01:28:25
Thanks.