Climate Change Adaptation for Water Resources
Thank you for taking about ten minutes of your time to complete this survey. The Lahontan Water Board is interested in partnering with other organizations and agencies to adapt and prepare for climate change.
The survey questions are divided into three main sections:
Who are you and what are you doing or planning for climate change?
What challenges do you face?
What is your opinion about actions and priorities the Water Board is considering?
Highlight of Climate Change Effects
Climate change is having, and will continue to have, widespread impacts on California’s diverse population, natural resources and economy. Because the Lahontan Water Board region spans nearly 600 miles along the eastern side of the state, the region will experience differing effects from climate change. The northern part of the region is expected to receive more precipitation as rain and less snow, while the southern part will be hotter and drier. Flood events will likely become more severe throughout the region. Addressing the impacts brought about or exacerbated by climate change will require a fundamental shift in water resource management and water quality protection as the amount, timing and form of precipitation changes.
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