Atmosphere
From weather and climate change to air quality and human impacts, explore how UC is researching our effect on everything in the atmosphere, how it sustains life, and how we can ensure it will continue to bring health and vitality to California into the future.

Date: 5/5/2017
Water managers in the state are responding to climate change by working with the University of California, measuring snow melt, and the timing and availability of water in the Sierra Nevada. This information will lead to better planning downstream.

Date: 5/5/2017
Roger Bales, Director Sierra Nevada Research Institute, UC Merced, describes climate change and the effects on the environment.