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Baja
Working Group

Data Sharing

To help facilitate the sharing of data and other information about the Baja California Peninsula region, the Baja Working Group has created a metadata repository of climatic data sources relevant to our region.

We have also created a private group within the Data Basin platform to centralize and contribute data, maps, and other material as it relates to the Baja California Peninsula.

 

If interested in joining or contributing to these efforts, please contact us at info@climatesciencealliance.org.

Climate Change in the Baja Califoria Peninsula

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MICHAEL READY

In 2019, the Climate Science Alliance convened a binational group of scientists, natural resource managers, conservation groups, philanthropists, and educators to discuss what areas of focus for the Baja California Peninsular region the partners wanted to prioritize. Across the many areas of interest (e.g. species, ecosystems, land management, people, etc.), one consistent theme emerged: a need for an assessment of the state of climate change knowledge for the region. 

To address that need, we have been working on an overview of the present state of climate knowledge—and possible implications—for the region. The goal of this project is to give rise to discussion around the subject of downscaled climate knowledge for the Baja California Peninsula, and to identify needs and future areas of collaboration. 

Check back in Spring 2021 for more information!

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