AdSci Monograph Series

The Adaptation Sciences program is developing a monograph series to bring together research, case studies and field campaigns from efforts funded through COCA, SARP, and IRAP as a stepping stone for efforts to be funded under the new AdSci program. These monographs will serve as a launching point for future research endeavors. The monographs will be specific to a chosen audience and connected to capacity building. Principal investigators will create a monograph based on successful work, demand by decision makers, and needs of the community. Expectation is that the end product will directly help decision makers better understand how to plan for a changing climate.

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Our Changing Precipitation
Year: 2022

Our Changing Precipitation
Program: OAR (Oceanic and Atmospheric Research); CPO (Climate Program Office)

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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Showcasing Leading Practices in Climate Adaptation
Year: 2022

Showcasing Leading Practices in Climate Adaptation
Program: OAR (Oceanic and Atmospheric Research); CPO (Climate Program Office)

This monograph is the second in a series on the subject of adaptation by the NOAA Climate Program Office, Climate and Societal Interactions, Adaptation Sciences (AdSci) Program. The AdSci program was established in 2021 to advance the knowledge, methods and frameworks to help move society beyond incremental adaptation toward more widespread, connected, adaptive pathways, and resilience strategies with clear economic and societal co-benefits.

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