In this series of virtual seminars, invited speakers will give a ~30 minute presentation, followed by up to 30 minutes of discussion. The whole webinar session is limited to 60 minutes.

November 17th 2020: Dr. Salvatore Pascale (Stanford University)

time: 9 am (MDT), 3 pm (GMT), 5 pm (CEST)

Growing risk of another Cape Town “Day Zero” drought in the twenty-first century


We are excited to have Salvatore Pascale as our November speaker in the webinar series. Salvatore works as a Research Scientist at Stanford University. His research focuses on understanding the impact of climate natural variability and change on the hydroclimate, with an emphasis on extreme events (e.g., droughts, extreme precipitation) in monsoonal, mediterranean and semi-arid climates.