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April 2022

Climate Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC), a former NOAA RISA team, to host a screening of the Spokane Climate Project film on May 16

The Pacific Northwest Climate Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC), a former NOAA RISA team, will host a screening of the 20-minute Spokane Climate Project film, followed by an interactive session with the film’s director.

How Will a Warming World Impact Alaska?

In a warming world, identifying snow and rainfall changes in locations around the world is a crucial effort due to the hydrological implications of such changes in addition to the surface albedo impacts. One such location is the last frontier, the state of Alaska.

NOAA’s observations help inform U.S. greenhouse gas emissions reporting for hydrofluorocarbons

For the first time, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has included a comparison of NOAA’s atmospheric emission estimates of four hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) to its own inventory-based estimates in the just-released U.S. Inventory of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks, based on results first reported in the 2017 Geophysical Research Letters study by a team of NOAA, CIRES, and EPA scientists.

From Science to Application: Evaluating Changing Precipitation Trends

The NOAA Climate Program Office, Climate and Societal Interactions Division, Adaptation Sciences (AdSci) Program is excited to announce the release of the first report in their monograph series on climate adaptation, titled “Our Changing Precipitation: A Conversation on the Science of Precipitation and Planning for the Future”

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