Heat-related Illness in a Changing Climate and Demography of Florida

November 6, 2019

Assessing climate change impacts at a regional level is of great importance to local communities and industries as it helps in understanding and identifying ways in which people can adapt to meet the risks of that geographical area. A changing climate in Florida effects ambient temperature, rainfall, as well as extreme weather events such as tropical cyclones.

On November 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Eastern, we invite you to join us for a SCCAHS webinar as Dr. Vasu Misra discusses future climate projections and the potential impacts that a changing climate could have on the agricultural industry, especially as it relates to heat-related illness and extreme weather events.


  • Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies

    Dr. Vasubandhu Misra

    Florida State University