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Alex Hall

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Professor in UCLA's Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences and its Institute of the Environment and Sustainability

Alex Hall on KCRW

A powerful storm that’s headed our way is already flooding parts of the Bay Area: Power is out in parts of San Francisco and hundreds of flights are cancelled.

Predicting Precipitation in California

A powerful storm that’s headed our way is already flooding parts of the Bay Area: Power is out in parts of San Francisco and hundreds of flights are cancelled.

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In 2007, then-Governor Schwarzenegger commissioned a  study on the projected impacts of climate change  on six areas of California.

Climate Change in Southern California

In 2007, then-Governor Schwarzenegger commissioned a study on the projected impacts of climate change on six areas of California.

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