Toward Stakeholder Understanding of Product Sensitivities & Uncertainties
Decision makers work to increase reliance in their jurisdictions through future planning, much of which uses climate products resulting from observations, modeling, and scenarios that have currently undocumented sensitivities and uncertainties. Better understanding of the roots of uncertainties in climate-related products helps to guide how (or whether) decision makers use a given product.
Established in October 2018, the Stakeholder Understanding of Product Sensitivities and Uncertainties Working Group has eight members:
Cristina Bradatan (co-lead), Texas Tech University; Keith Dixon (co-lead), NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab; Ken Baake, Texas Tech University; Alex Haberlie, Louisiana State University; Katharine Hayhoe, Texas Tech University; David Moeser, NM Water Science Center; Derek Rosendahl, University of Oklahoma; Adrienne Wootten, University of Oklahoma
Research question of interest:
How can uncertainty information enable researchers and stakeholders to work more effectively together to develop actionable, relevant, no-regrets framing of risks and vulnerabilities?