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UPCOMING Q&A, INFORMATION SESSION ABOUT NC CSC RESEARCH FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

Funding opportunities were recently announced from the eight U.S.

NASA DEVELOP SPRING PROJECT RESULTS NOW AVAILABLE!

The NASA DEVELOP central U.S. node, hosted at the North Central Climate Science Center recently completed their spring semester projects.

DR. GENEVA CHONG TO HELP COORDINATE RESEARCH ACTIVITIES FOR THE NORTH CENTRAL CLIMATE SCIENCE CENTER

In October 2012, the North Central Climate Science Center (NC CSC) hired Geneva Chong, of the USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center. She will dedicate half of her time to help the NC CSC better coordinate the Center's growing regional climate science effort, which includes a large University Consortium.

USGS CLIMATE CONNECTIONS: QUESTIONS FROM COLORADO

Researchers Jenny Briggs and Darius Semmens are prominently featured in the recent episode of USGS Climate Connections: Questions from Colorado.

NORTH CENTRAL CLIMATE SCIENCE CENTER HOSTS RIBBON CUTTING FOR NEW CSU RESEARCH FACILITY

Climate change has become one of the most important and contentiously debated global issues facing society today, and the North Central Climate Science Center (NC CSC) is hosting a ribbon-cutting event and reception to mark the construction and launch of its new facility at Colorado State University’s Natural and Environmental Sciences Building from 2-4 p.m. Oct. 2.

Clearing Out the Haze on Climate Change - NC CSC News Feature

The North Colorado Business Report recently featured the North Central Climate Science Center and its science initiatives on its website.

NASA Develop Collaboration with NC CSC

The North Central Climate Science Center is proud to house one of twelve NASA DEVELOP centers found across the United States, and further act as the hub for DEVELOP activities in the Inter-mountain West. The NASA DEVELOP National Program supports student-run applied science projects, under the guidance of NASA and partner science advisors, addressing an array of national and global issues including ecological forecasting, disasters, water and oceans, health and air quality, climate and weather, and agriculture.

NC CSC McNeeley Presents on National Climate Assessment

The U.S. National Climate Assessment (NCA) is a collaborative report mandated by the Global Change Research Act of 1990. This assessment analyzes effects of climate change throughout all sectors of the nation including ecosystems, land and water use, agriculture, human health, urban and rural communities, tribes, and energy among others in order to plan for adaption, mitigation and solutions for the future. The draft 2013 NCA report is now open for public comments until April 12th.

Dr. Shannon McNeeley to bring interdisciplinary approach to climate adaptation work at the NC CSC

In October 2012, Colorado State University hired Dr. Shannon McNeeley to work with the North Central Climate Science Center to bring an interdisciplinary approach to climate adaptation research. Dr. Shannon McNeeley received her doctoral degree in Environmental Change and Sustainability Science (ecological anthropology, ecology, climatology) from the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) in the interdisciplinary Resilience and Adaptation Program as an NSF IGERT Fellow then as an NSF Graduate Research Fellow.

NC CSC Represented at the American Geophysical Union Conference

Staff and scientists from the North Central CSC attended the American Geophysical Union's 45th annual Fall Meeting last week to discuss climate change science and management initiatives in the North Central U.S. See below for a list of the presentations related to the NC CSC:

 

Monday, December 3, 2012

 

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