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June PCIC Webinars and Presentations

PCIC is pleased to announce our line-up of June webinars and presentations. These will begin this Thursday, June 11th, with the first of two webinars as part of the Agriculture Climate Data series by the BC Agricultural Climate Adaptation Research Network (ACARN). PCIC will also be participating in a series webinars led by FPInnovations. Registration to access all of these talks is free. Please see the links below for more information.

PCIC is participating in the Agriculture Climate Data series for BC (ACARN), with the first webinar, at 10:30 a.m. on June 11th titled, A Deep Dive Into Weather Station Data, Historical & Streamflow Data. This talk will focus on data available for agriculture researchers and agrologists that can be used to support research and farm management as well as develop decision support and forecasting tools. The second webinar will be on June 24th, also at 10:30 a.m., and titled, Climate Modelling Analysis Tools. It will focus on PCIC’s latest analysis tools.

PCIC is also participating in Accounting for Climate Change Impacts in the Design of Resource Road Stream Crossings, a webinar series led by FPInnovations. This series will be focused on climate tools and hydrologic projections for professionals involved in the design and management of forest road infrastructure in BC, but will cover material that may also be of broader interest to engineers and scientists in the province. The first of these, titled, Updates and Developments in Climate Change Tools for B.C. + Case Study from the Southern Interior, will be on June 18th at 1 p.m. The second webinar, titled, From Snowmelt to Streamflow: Data Portals for Future Hydrologic Conditions + Discussion: Climate Change Tools Needs for Crossings Design, will be held on June 25th at 1 p.m. These talks will include developments in tools, data portals, and how professionals are integrating climate change into design flood hydrology through case studies.