OSU Climate Change Webinar

Apr 24, 2014, 12:00pm - 1:30pm

Severe weather has plagued all parts of the US, including the Great Lakes, over the past decade, from floods to droughts, from blizzards to heavy thunderstorms, and from freezing cold to extreme heat. What has been causing such events? What types of weather should we expect to see in the future?

This webinar will cover:

  • Space
  • Weather and climate change
  • A discussion of recent weather events across the country
  • How climate change is likely to affect future extreme weather events and their frequency
  • Resources that can help people understand and manage the impacts of extreme weather events and climate change

The webinar is free. To register click here. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email with log-in information.

Welcome and Introduction

Jill Jentes Banicki, Ohio Sea Grant

Extreme Events in a Warming World

Martin Hoerling, Meteorologist, NOAA Earth Systems Research Laboratory

Climate Predictions and Connections to Weather

Barbara Mayes Boustead, Meteorologist, NOAA National Weather Service

Question/Answer and Wrap Up


Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions via a live chat after the presentation.

Visit changingclimate.osu.edu to view previous webinars and other climate resources.