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  • Salvatore Pascale

    Salvatore Pascale

    Physical Science Research Scientist

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsSalvatore Pascale is a Research Scientist at the Department of Earth System Sciences at Stanford University.

    His interests lie in understanding the impact of climate natural variability and change on the hydroclimate, with a particular emphasis on high-impact weather events (e.g., droughts, extreme precipitation) in monsoonal, mediterranean and semi-arid climates. These are densely populated regions, which, given the seasonal or erratic nature of their rainfall regimes, are particularly exposed to climate variability and to the impacts of global warming. In his research, Salvatore combines observations, statistical techniques and dynamical theory, and comprehensive and idealized climate models.