The University of Arizona

Francina Dominguez | Global Change

Francina Dominguez

Dr. Francina Dominguez  is a hydroclimatologist whose work is focused on future climate scenarios for the Southwestern United States and how these will impact the hydrology of the region. She uses both statistical methods and the regional climate model WRF to downscale future climate projections from global coupled climate models to the regional scale. She also has great interest in land-atmosphere interactions, particularly the contribution of local evapotranspiration to precipitation within a region, more commonly referred to as precipitation recycling. 

Atmospheric Sciences / Hydrology & Water Resources