December 4, 2017 | Wisconsin Public Radio
Michael Notaro was interviewed by Wisconsin Public Radio regarding observed and future climate change in Wisconsin, changing weather extremes, and impacts on lakes, agriculture,and forests.
December 1, 2017 | UW-Madison
The UW-Madison news website has posted a press release regarding the research of Drs. Michael Notaro and Yan Yu on the topic of observed North African vegetation-rainfall feedbacks, based on their recently-published Nature Communications paper.
November 16, 2017 | WTTW-TV
Michael Notaro was interviewed by WTTV Chicago regarding research, in collaboration with Steve Vavrus, on climate projections for the Great Lakes region, particularly lake-effect snow.
November 6, 2017
Michael Notaro presented "Observed and Projected Climate Change and its Implications" at UW-Parkside in November 2017 for the Wisconsin Science Festival.
October 25, 2017
A team of researchers at UW-Madison, including former CCR Director Jack Williams, are seeking to better understand, diagnose, and forecast abrupt changes in ecological systems. A recent symposium (XXLINK) reviewed current efforts to link the theory of regime shifts to multiple real-world ecological systems, ranging from lakes to forests to farms. This work has been supported by the WARF UW2020 program.