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Weather and climate science are critical to good good stormwater management and policymaking. Planning, design and construction professionals need a thorough understanding of how to interpret and evaluate the impact of weather trends, particularly on sites vulnerable to extreme precipitation and temperature. Areas experiencing increased intensity of weather events stand to face substantial disruption to critical infrastructure over the coming years and decades, making the questions around how to best plan ever more critical.
This month Hydro International is pleased to welcome meteorologist Kari Strenfel as our guest presenter. Kari has roughly 15 years of experience as a meteorologist, with over 5 years managing Weather Underground's network of over 250,000 weather stations. In this webinar, she will provide a review of general meteorological concepts, as well a deep dive into recent climate research relevant to the field of stormwater management.
After attending this webinar attendees will be able to:
1. Differentiate between weather and climate
2. Identify the strengths and weaknesses of basic weather and climate forecast models
3. Recognize critical areas of concern outlined in recent scientific research and international reports
4. Understand the implications of current trends for stormwater management
Attendees will receive a 1.0 PDH certificate after the presentation.
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