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Webinar: Three Minute Thesis on Extreme Heat

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Friday, 24 June 2022, 2:00

Friday June 24, 2022. 2:00PM. Webinar: Three Minute Thesis on Extreme Heat. Sponsored by NOAA Regional Collaboration Network. More information and registration here. 

What’s a Three Minute Thesis Webinar? Borrowing from a format used by universities across the country, colleagues from across NOAA each have one slide and three minutes to share experiences and information about extreme heat. From studies of the past, current operations and initiatives, to innovative research - you will have the chance to hear straight from the experts on a wide array of water-related topics! In addition, presenters will address questions from the audience.

Featured Topics:

National Heat Tools & Messaging
Kim McMahon, Public Services Program Manager
NOAA National Weather Service, Analyze, Forecast, and Support Office

The New Normal: People Affected By Heat
Jared Rennie, Physical Scientist
NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information, NESDIS

National Heat Health Information System
Juli Trtanj, NOAA One Health and Integrated Climate Research Lead
NOAA Office of Atmospheric Research, Climate Program Office

NOAA’s Urban Heat Island Mapping Campaign
Hunter Jones, Climate and Health Project Manager at NOAA
NOAA Office of Atmospheric Research, Climate Program Office

Extreme Heat Community Engagement & the HeatRisk Tool
Paul Iñiguez, Science and Operations Officer
NOAA National Weather Service Forecast Office - Phoenix, AZ

Building Equitable Resilience to Extreme Heat Pilot Projects
Aja Szumylo, NOAA West Regional Coordinator
NOAA Regional Collaboration Network

Predicting Marine Heat Waves
Michael Jacox, Research Oceanographer
NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center and NOAA Physical Sciences Laboratory

Effects of Extreme Heat on Coral Reefs
Derek Manzello, Coral Reef Watch Manager
NOAA’s Coral Reef Conservation Program

Impacts from the Summer 2021 Heatwave on Washington Shellfish
Teri King, Aquaculture and Marine Water Quality Specialist
Washington Sea Grant

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