Source

Authors

Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment

Published

2018

Description

The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment Climate Change Indicators are reports describing how California’s climate is changing and how these changes are affecting the state. Indicators are scientifically-based measurements that track trends in various aspects of climate change. The 2018 report compiles 36 indicators grouped into four categories: human-influenced drivers of climate change, such as greenhouse gas emissions; changes in the state’s climate; impacts of climate change on physical systems, such as oceans and snowpack; and impacts of climate change on biological systems – humans, vegetation and wildlife.


Impacts

Drought Extreme heat Extreme storms Flooding Ocean acidification Sea level rise Snowpack Temperature Wildfire

Resource Type

Assessment

Topics

Extent: California

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Last updated: Oct. 26, 2020