Chris Funk

UC Santa Barbara / US Geological Survey / Famine Early Warning Systems Network

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Chris Funk is a research director for the Climate Hazards Group at the University of California, Santa Barbara and a geographer with the US Geological Survey and the Famine Early Warning Systems Network.

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UCSB researchers say heat waves are getting worse, and we can do something about it

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