Global Sea Level Rise in the 20th Century was faster than the past 27 centuries, says a joint report 11 March 2016

Global Sea Level Rise in the 20th Century was faster than the past 27 centuries, says a joint report

The 20th century saw the fastest rise in global sea level (GSL) in 27 centuries, according to a new report supported by NOAA. Partners from Rutgers' University, Tufts' University, NOAA, and other researchers foreign and domestic utilized new statistical modeling techniques that permitted observation of GSL rise and projections for GSL in the 21st century. Previous statistical modeling could only focus at the regional and local levels.

 

Supporting preparedness and resilience in a changing climate: RISA announces FY15 awards 7 October 2015

Supporting preparedness and resilience in a changing climate: RISA announces FY15 awards

NOAA’s Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) Program is announcing five new five-year awards totaling $19 million to research institutions from Honolulu to New York City to improve the ability of those seeking to prepare for and adapt to climate variability and change.

Supporting Resilient Coastal Communities and Ecosystems in a Changing Climate 7 October 2015

Supporting Resilient Coastal Communities and Ecosystems in a Changing Climate

NOAA’s Coastal and Ocean Climate Application Program (COCA) competitively selected four two-year projects totaling  $1,102,594 in grants for the FY2015 Supporting Resilient Coastal Communities and Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: Understanding Climate-related Human Health Risks within the Coastal Environment competition.

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