Climate Science Application Program
Climate Science Application Program (CSAP) is a University of Arizona Cooperative Extension program focused on bringing climate science research and applications to the people of the state of Arizona and the broader Southwest region including New Mexico, southern California, and northern Mexico. The program works to develop and coordinate outreach activities and applied research between the climate research community at the University of Arizona and a wide group of climate science user groups throughout the Southwest. Read more on Mike Crimmins CSAP web site
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Mike Crimmins, a climate science specialist Arizona Cooperative Extension provides information on this years monsoon 2015 to the AZ Daily Star Newspaper
Doing our Part to Help Conserve Arizona's Water Resources and Reduce Global Warming by Saving Energy at Home
University of Arizona (UA) agricultural meteorologist Paul Brown says current long-range weather forecasts suggest a warm weather bias this summer along with a possible above-normal monsoon precipitation followed by a potentially wet El Niño winter in the West.