Climate Program Office News

AC4 Program’s Nitrogen Aerosol group holds first PI meeting 14 August 2019

AC4 Program’s Nitrogen Aerosol group holds first PI meeting

The group is made up of 10 research teams that started projects in FY18 with a focus on the interaction of biogenic volatile organic compounds and reactive nitrogen.

The Weather Channel's Warming Signs podcast highlights Carolinas RISA extreme heat research 14 August 2019

The Weather Channel's Warming Signs podcast highlights Carolinas RISA extreme heat research

Dr. Ashley Ward (Carolinas RISA) discussed the relationship between high heat days and preterm births in North Carolina.

Pacific RISA and partners develop new climate science summaries for Palau and Northern Mariana Islands 6 August 2019

Pacific RISA and partners develop new climate science summaries for Palau and Northern Mariana Islands

Through a series of Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment workshops in the U.S.-Affiliated Pacific Islands, Pacific RISA gathered constituent input to tailor climate science summaries to local needs. 

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