Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation Science Center
The project will use unmanned aerial systems and NASA technology to gain critical data on Guam's aquifer.
PI-CASC is looking to fund research projects for FY2022 focused on new, emerging, or rapidly evolving climate adaptation issues.
Abstracts are due Feb. 15, and the conference will take place virtually from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 12-15 Hawaii Standard Time.
UOG took part in the Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation Science Center virtual summit to learn and share the latest climate-related research in the region.
A new climate change assessment posits that Guam may be in for some hotter days, less rainfall, and higher sea levels.
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