The Hydrologic Uncertainty Technical committee’s mission includes three “big research questions”. The third is “How to better communicate about uncertainty in support of decision and policy making to best achieve societal objectives?” We’ve put together a list of sessions that emphasizes this research problem.
H144 – Water and Society: Communication, Decision Support and Stakeholder Engagement to improve Policy and Management in an Uncertain World.
H146 – Water and Society: Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World
H142 – Water and Society: Adaptive Short-Term Management of Coupled Human-Natural Systems Confronting Long-Term Global Change
B130 – Water and Society: Adapting institutions to address future water resource challenges
H145 – Water and Society: Enhancing and Communicating Hydroclimatic Forecasts for Water Resources Decision-making
H036 – Co-management of Floods and Droughts under Climate Change
H030 – Assessment of Vulnerability and Sustainability of Water Resources under Climate Change for Small Scale Watersheds
GC074 – Resilience in an era of climate change…what does that even mean?
In other fields
IN035 – Making Data Uncertainty Information FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable
PA057 – Scientist Citizens: Shaping Science-Informed Policy
PA040 – Optimizing natural hazard risk assessment: a showcase of how utilizing decision and risk analysis methods from other sectors can help improve natural hazard planning
ED027 – Evaluation of Education, Outreach, and Communication: Learning from our Work and telling the Story of Learning
ED045 – Science to Action: Learning Ecosystems as a Pathway to Resilient Communities and a Diverse Geoscience Workforce