Climate Change and Wildland Fires

Dr. Cromar’s program is incorporating the health impacts of climate change into greenhouse gas mitigation and climate adaptation policymaking. These efforts succeed when there are collaborations across a broad range of scientific disciplines, government agencies, and public stakeholders. Cromar and his team also focus on scientific, policy, and management strategies to address the increasing adverse impacts of wildland fires.     

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/ May 05,2021

New Report on Health Impacts from Wildland Fires

Kevin Cromar Assists "Respiratory Impacts of Wildland Fire Smoke" 

by Kevin Cromar
more on: air quality
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/ Jun 08,2021

Social Cost of Carbon

Kevin Cromar Serves as Organizing Chair of Carbon Workshop

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/ May 05,2021

Kevin Cromar on Health Impacts from Wildland Fires

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/ Jul 05,2017

Public Management Challenges of Climate Adaptation

Managing Dzud Events in Mongolia

by Manal Zorigtbaatar
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