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Our Changing Precipitation: A Conversation on the Science of Precipitation and Planning for the Future
Date: 2022

Our Changing Precipitation: A Conversation on the Science of Precipitation and Planning for the Future
Program: AdSci - Water

NOAA Climate Program Office (CPO) and National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) have been working with stakeholders in the water sector for more than 15 years. This work has led to a greater understanding of the research needs of water utilities and local planners who require near- and long-term information on weather, climate change, and changes in precipitation. In this 5-part webinar series (held during September and October, 2021), NOAA and its partner, The Water Research Foundation, focused on stakeholder interest in understanding how to plan for changes in precipitation that affects stormwater and urban flooding.

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NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project
Date: 2021

NOAA Blue Carbon Inventory Project
Program: AdSci - International

Coastal wetlands, such as mangroves, salt marshes, and seagrasses, play a significant role in carbon storage and sequestration around the world, providing some of the highest density stores of carbon in the biosphere. This long-term storage is known as “coastal blue carbon.”

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