Investigators from the Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP), a NOAA RISA team, contribute to published article assessing impacts of the February 2021 South-Central US Arctic outbreak 15 July 2022

Investigators from the Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP), a NOAA RISA team, contribute to published article assessing impacts of the February 2021 South-Central US Arctic outbreak

This work highlights the synoptic conditions that caused the February 2021 South-Central US Arctic outbreak, place it in a climatological perspective, and recommend how climate services can help reduce impacts like this in future freeze events.

New Report Funded through IRAP and RISA on the Intersection of Climate Change, Health, and Migration 15 July 2022

New Report Funded through IRAP and RISA on the Intersection of Climate Change, Health, and Migration

This effort, jointly supported by IRAP and RISA, explores the nexus of climate change, health, and migration in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and provides a better understanding of these relationships to inform research and policy agendas that build resilience and adaptive capacity at home and abroad.

CEE’s Ned Gardiner Presents Steps to Resilience Training for FEMA Region 3 15 July 2022

CEE’s Ned Gardiner Presents Steps to Resilience Training for FEMA Region 3

On July 27, Gardiner will present on climate adaptation and The Climate Resilience Toolkit Steps to Resilience Framework for FEMA Region 3, helping to bring climate information to communities in need of hazard mitigation assistance and planning support.

ALPACA 14 July 2022

ALPACA

Critical Air Quality Research in Fairbanks, Alaska

In winter 2022, about fifty scientists from the United States and Europe completed a seven-week atmospheric chemistry study of Fairbanks, Alaska–the state’s second-largest city. 

The study, called the Alaskan Layered Pollution and Chemical Analysis (ALPACA) project, investigated the chemistry of Fairbanks’s air pollution–especially how the pollution behaves in the cold and dark.

 

Are Winds a Driving Force for Sea Ice Loss in the Arctic? 8 July 2022

Are Winds a Driving Force for Sea Ice Loss in the Arctic?

New MAPP and CVP-funded research analyze wind impacts on Arctic sea ice loss.

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