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CPO supports and is featured at Climate Predictions and Applications Science Workshop 21 June 2019

CPO supports and is featured at Climate Predictions and Applications Science Workshop

This year’s meeting was held in Charleston, South Carolina last week. Record-breaking rain during the event underscored the importance of the meeting’s theme: climate information for coastal risk reduction.

Presentation: Information for the letters of intent phase in the federal funding opportunities process 27 August 2018

Presentation: Information for the letters of intent phase in the federal funding opportunities process

The NOAA/OAR Climate Program Office Climate and Societal Interactions (CSI) Coastal and Oceans Climate Applications (COCA) and Sectoral Applications Research Program (SARP) hosted a webinar concentrating on information for the Letter of Intent phase of the federal funding opportunities cycle.

Feb. 26 Webinar: SARP/RISA Project Supports Colorado Water Managers 15 February 2018

Feb. 26 Webinar: SARP/RISA Project Supports Colorado Water Managers

The SARP-funded work improved water utilities' ability to make decisions despite extreme conditions

Water Resources Dashboard: November Webinar Recordings 19 December 2017

Water Resources Dashboard: November Webinar Recordings

Missed November's webinars? Watch them here.

Water Resources Dashboard: Upcoming Webinars (November 2017) 2 November 2017

Water Resources Dashboard: Upcoming Webinars (November 2017)

The webinars guide users through dashboard tools related to historical weather observations, the National Water Model, and ENSO impacts in the U.S.

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