NOAA soliciting author nominations and technical inputs for Fourth National Climate Assessment 14 September 2016

NOAA soliciting author nominations and technical inputs for Fourth National Climate Assessment

Development of the Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4) is underway, and on behalf of the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP), NOAA is soliciting nominations for authors and technical inputs.

CPO researcher heads water-related illnesses chapter in USGCRP Climate and Human Health report 11 April 2016

CPO researcher heads water-related illnesses chapter in USGCRP Climate and Human Health report

CPO's Juli Trtanj was a lead author for the water-related illnesses chapter of the USGCRP's: The Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health in the United States: A Scientific Assessment.

Melissa Kenney earns Young Investigator Award 1 June 2015

Melissa Kenney earns Young Investigator Award

Melissa Kenney, a University of Maryland researcher, has been named Sigma Xi’s 2015 national Young Investigator Award Winner.
USGCRP releases Prototype Indicators System 7 May 2015

USGCRP releases Prototype Indicators System

The USGCRP indicator effort, which NOAA significantly supported through a CICS grant, announced a pilot indicator release on May 6.
CPO staff works with White House on "Champions of Change" Event 16 February 2015

CPO staff works with White House on "Champions of Change" Event

Staff from the Climate Program Office supported the White House Climate Education and Literacy "Champions of Change" event on Feb. 9.

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