The North American Climate Services Partnership (NACSP)

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North American Climate Services Partnership: 2016 Accomplishments Report

  • 12 December 2016
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An innovative trilateral partnership between the U.S., Mexico and Canada - was established to respond to an increasing demand for accessible and timely scientific data and information in order to make informed decisions and build resilience in our communities. Building from a strong foundation of existing continental-scale collaboration, the NACSP provides a platform for improving the development of products and services through international collaboration. Activities in the NACSP include enhancing prediction and modeling capabilities, strengthening products tailored for specific sectors, and responding to user needs in key regional settings.

This two-page summary highlights key NACSP accomplishments during 2016, as well as some key goals for collaboration in 2017.

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