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Sping 2015 Newsletter: Climate

The spring 2015 issue of the North Central Climate Science Center newsletter is now available to view and download. This quarterly publication highlights various aspects of the work that the Center is doing in each of the foundational science areas: climate drivers, impacts, adaptation, and capacity building. It also introduces the public to the NC CSC team, their publications and work, and upcoming opportunities for involvement.

This issue focuses on Climate Drivers.

Winter 2015 Newsletter: Focus on Capacity Building

The winter 2015 issue of the North Central Climate Science Center newsletter is now available to view and download. This quarterly publication highlights various aspects of the work that the Center is doing in each of the foundational science areas: climate drivers, impacts, adaptation, and capacity building. It also introduces the public to the NC CSC team, their publications and work, and upcoming opportunities for involvement.

This issue focuses on Capacity Building.

Fall 2014 Newsletter: Focus on Adaptation

The fall 2014 issue of the North Central Climate Science Center newsletter is now available to view and download. This quarterly publication highlights various aspects of the work that the Center is doing in each of the foundational science areas: climate drivers, impacts, adaptation, and capacity building. It also introduces the public to the NC CSC team, their publications and work, and upcoming opportunities for involvement.

This issue focuses on Adaptation.

Program

 

Download the pdf program for the 2015 Open Science Conference!

Please use the links at the right to find more information on keynote speakers, download the conference program, and learn more about the early career scientist training.

North Central CSC 2013 Annual Report

The 2013 Annual Report details the ongoing efforts of the North Central Climate Science Center to offer itself as a resource for vulnerability assessment, adaptation, and mitigation planning. The Center strives to help Department of Interior land managers and others in the region to manange a portfolio of ever-increasing climate data in such a way as to make informed and effective on-the-ground decisions. More details can be found in the report below. 

North Central CSC 2012 Annual Report

The 2012 Annual Report details the ongoing efforts of the North Central Climate Science Center to offer itself as a resource for vulnerability assessment, adaptation, and mitigation planning. The Center strives to help Department of Interior land managers and others in the region to manange a portfolio of ever-increasing climate data in such a way as to make informed and effective on-the-ground decisions. More details can be found in the report below. 

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. The youtube video can be accessed here:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnnC6ojfhuQ

 

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 Spring Project Results now Available!


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.

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