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Count for all projects in 2005

Impact and Adaptation Studies 160
Regional Climate Analysis and Modeling 88
GHG Emissions Reduction 83
GHG Inventory Methods 61
others 89
481

This site represents only a subset of projects. Please see agency publications for official budget figures.

The State of California has been supporting regional climate change research for more than a decade. These studies have complemented research at the national level and have been designed to inform climate policy deliberations and actions in California. This Research Catalog provides basic information about past and ongoing climate change related studies that state agencies have conducted or commissioned since the early 2000s. The purpose of this catalog is to document California’s research efforts and to facilitate the exchange of information.

To find out more about these projects, please click here to obtain contact information for representatives from different state agencies.

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  1. Analysis of Climate Effects on Agriculture Systems
    Lead Agency: CEC
    Principal Investigator(s): Andrew Paul Et Al (UC Berkeley)
    Year finished: 2005, Budget: $25,263
    Published/Product: http://energy.ca.gov/publications/displayOneReport.php?pubNum=CEC-500-2005-188-SF
    Notes
    This report, an analysis of climate effects on agicultural systems, is a supplemental report to the main PIER-funded report that is an attachment to the Climate Action Team Report to the Governor and Legislature.


  2. An Assessment of Impacts of Future C02 and Climate on Agriculture
    Lead Agency: CEC
    Principal Investigator(s): Dennis Baldocchi Et Al (UC Berkeley)
    Year finished: 2005, Budget: $25,263
    Published/Product: http://energy.ca.gov/publications/displayOneReport.php?pubNum=CEC-500-2005-187-SD
    Notes
    This report, an assessment of future CO2 and climate impacts on agriculture, is a supplemental report to the main PIER-funded report that is an attachment to the Climate Action Team Report to the Governor and Legislature.


  3. A Review of Land Use/ Land Cover and Agricultural Change Models
    Lead Agency: CEC
    Principal Investigator(s): Russell Jones (Stratus Consulting, Conservation International and UC Santa Barbara)
    Year finished: 2005, Budget: $198,926
    Published/Product: http://energy.ca.gov/publications/displayOneReport.php?pubNum=CEC-500-2005-056
    Notes
    Determine what models should be used to estimate future urban projections to study the effect of climate change and urbanization


  4. California Environmental Sensing and Communications
    Lead Agency: CEC
    Principal Investigator(s): Dan Cayan (Scripps/UC San Diego)
    Year finished: 2005, Budget: $146,981
    Published/Product: http://energy.ca.gov/publications/displayOneReport.php?pubNum=CEC-500-2005-050
    Notes
    This study seeks to monitor the environment in the complex topography over the California region, which requires a denser network of meteorological and hydrological stations than is currently operating.


  5. Climate Change and Electricity Demand in California
    Lead Agency: CEC
    Principal Investigator(s): Guido Franco, Alan Sanstad (CEC and LBNL)
    Year finished: 2005, Budget: $25,263
    Published/Product: http://energy.ca.gov/publications/displayOneReport.php?pubNum=CEC-500-2005-201-SF
    Notes
    This report, on climate change and electricity demand in California, is a supplemental report to the main PIER-funded report that is an attachment to the Climate Action Team Report to the Governor and Legislature.


  6. Climate Change and Health In California: A PIER Research Roadmap
    Lead Agency: CEC
    Principal Investigator(s): Jonathan Patz Et Al (John Hopkins University)
    Year finished: 2005, Budget: $75,000
    Published/Product: http://energy.ca.gov/publications/displayOneReport.php?pubNum=CEC-500-2005-093
    Notes
    This study investigates how global warming is expected to affect California via temperature and sea level rise, as well as through altered timing of annual precipitation with extreme weather events more likely to become more intense and frequent.


  7. Climate Change and Water Supply Reliability
    Lead Agency: CEC in collaboration with DWR
    Principal Investigator(s): John Dracup (University of California, Berkeley)
    Year finished: 2005, Budget: $304,311
    Published/Product: http://energy.ca.gov/publications/displayOneReport.php?pubNum=CEC-500-2005-053
    Notes
    This project's objective is to assess the economic costs associated with potential changes in the reliability of water supply for users in various parts of the state.


  8. Climate Change and Wildfire In and Around California: Fire Modeling and Loss Modeling
    Lead Agency: CEC
    Principal Investigator(s): Anthony Westerling, Benjamin Bryant (Scripps/UC San Diego)
    Year finished: 2005, Budget: $25,263
    Published/Product: http://energy.ca.gov/publications/displayOneReport.php?pubNum=CEC-500-2005-190-SF
    Notes
    This report, on climate change and wildfire in and around California, specifically regarding fire modeling and loss modeling, is a supplemental report to the main PIER-funded report that is an attachment to the Climate Action Team Report to the Governor and Legislature.


  9. Climate Change: Challenges and Solutions for California Agricultural Landscape
    Lead Agency: CEC
    Principal Investigator(s): Timothy Cavagnaro Et Al (UC Davis et al.)
    Year finished: 2005, Budget: $25,263
    Published/Product: http://energy.ca.gov/publications/displayOneReport.php?pubNum=CEC-500-2005-189-SF
    Notes
    This report, on climate change challenges and solutions for the California agricultural landscape, is a supplemental report to the main PIER-funded report that is an attachment to the Climate Action Team Report to the Governor and Legislature.


  10. Climate Change Impacts on Water for Agriculture in California: A Case Study in the Sacramento Valley - FINAL REPORT
    Lead Agency: CEC
    Principal Investigator(s): Brian Joyce Et Al (UC Berkeley, LBNL, National Heritage Institute)
    Year finished: 2005, Budget: $25,263
    Published/Product: http://energy.ca.gov/publications/displayOneReport.php?pubNum=CEC-500-2005-194-SF
    Notes
    This report, with respect to climate change impacts on water for agriculture in California, specifically regarding a case study in the Sacramento Valley, is a supplemental report to the main PIER-funded report that is an attachment to the Climate Action Team Report to the Governor and Legislature.


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