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FROM THE MAGAZINE
Alex Hall on CBS8: California hit by heavy rain, but is it enough to end the drought?
”We are on the express train for sure. It’s been storm after storm. But they’re very important, the main source of moisture for the western part of the US especially…
Alex Hall in US Sun: These wet-air rivers are “the main source for moisture for the western part of the U.S., especially the coastal states
These wet-air rivers are “the main source for moisture for the western part of the U.S., especially the coastal states,” Alex Hall, UCLA’s Center for Climate Science director, told CBS.
Alex Hall in NY Times, How Much Will These Storms Help Relieve California’s Drought?
“These storms are really good news, and they’re exactly the news we need at this point in time, but we still have a long ways to go,” said Alex Hall,…
Alex Hall: CBS News, Will the atmospheric rivers drenching California beat back devastating drought? “It’s very unpredictable.”
Atmospheric rivers are very important — “the main source for moisture for the western part of the U.S., especially the coastal states,” said Alex Hall, director of the Center for…
Daniel Swain on Weather Geeks Podcast: California Weather Phenomena
If you’re not from California, what is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of its weather? 72 and sunny? Listen to UCLA climate scientist, Daniel Swain on Weather Geeks‘…
Alex Hall Delivers Turco Lecture to American Geophysical Union
Alex Hall recently presented the American Geophysical Union’s 2019 Turco Lectureship by the American Geophysical Union. In his talk, titled “Why and How Climate Science Must Change,” Hall called upon…