Report: Climate Change to Bring Heat, Precipitation to Indiana

As residents in Indiana continue to clean up from areas of extreme flooding, a new report focusing on how climate change is expected to affect the state shows Hoosiers should expect to see a significant increase in temperatures and precipitation.

The Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment (IN CCIA), led by the Purdue University Climate Change Research Center, included a team of more than 100 experts and researchers including from the University of Notre Dame. The report addresses nine areas of impact to the state as a result of climate change, including climate, agriculture, infrastructure, energy, water resources, forest and urban ecosystems, aquatic ecosystems, tourism and recreation, and health.

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March 1, 2018

Health and SocietyScience and TechnologyAlan HamletBiological SciencesCivil and Environmental Engineering and Earth SciencesCollege of EngineeringCollege of ScienceResearch