Department of Water Resources
1416 Ninth Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
P. O. Box 942836
Sacramento, CA 94236
|"A Climate of Change" (2009)
Host Elissa Lynn talks to an array of climate and water resource experts about the impacts of climate change already being felt in California and the adaptation strategies that will be needed to manage the state's water resources in the future. (Produced by DWR, in conjunction with the Water Education Foundation).
|"Climate Change: Water Wise" (2007)
Senior Meteorologist, Elissa Lynn, and DWR Executive Manager for climate change, John Andrew, explain climate change projections and their possible impacts to water management in California. This video uses the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Science on the Sphere technology to display current and future global warming.
|Science On a Sphere is the centerpiece of this fun, educational, interactive exhibit on Climate Change.
It is a 6-foot video display globe showing 3-dimensional movies of hurricanes, tsunamis, global warming,
atmospheric rivers with flood potential, the oceans and atmosphere of Earth, as well as the Moon, Sun,
and planets. The Department of Water Resources and the National Weather Service, Sacramento office/ NOAA
are partners in this display. Additional hands-on exhibits include projections of climate change impacts
on California and how the State is responding, a drought/conservation display, a climate wheel and hopscotch
for kids, a Flood Plain model, and the ever-popular water burger.
"Science on a Sphere - Exhibit Tour" (2007) - Runtime 2:26
"Science on a Sphere - Exhibit Construction Time-Lapse" (2007) - Runtime 1:06