Seattle City Light Climate Change Analysis: Climate Change Impacts on Regional Climate, Climate Extremes, Streamflow, Water Temperature, and Hydrologic Extremes
Snover, A. K., A. F. Hamlet, S.-Y. Lee, N. J. Mantua, E. P. Salathé, Jr, R. Steed, I. Tohver. 2010. “Seattle City Light Climate Change Analysis: Climate change impacts on regional climate, climate extremes, streamflow, water temperature, and hydrologic extremes.” Prepared for The City of Seattle, Seattle City Light by The Climate Impacts Group, Center for Science in the Earth System, Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, University of Washington. June.
Under a November 2009 memorandum of agreement, the Climate Impacts Group at the University of Washington agreed to provide Seattle City Light with information about climate change effects on regional climate, streamflow, and stream temperature in order to support City Light’s assessment of impacts of projected climate change on operations at the Skagit and Boundary hydroelectric projects and on future electricity load in its service territory.
UW Climate Impacts Group