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Midwest DEWS Hosts Partner Input Sessions On 2021-2024 Strategic Action Plan 11 May 2021

Midwest DEWS Hosts Partner Input Sessions On 2021-2024 Strategic Action Plan

The Plan for the Midwest Drought Early Warning System will help identify gaps and needs within the region through a consultative process, which can be used to direct NIDIS and other federal agency funding as well as justify other investments. The partner input sessions will ensure that the Plan accurately represents the needs of regional partners.

NIDIS To Host Drought Update & Wildfire Outlook Webinar For California And The Southwest 11 May 2021

NIDIS To Host Drought Update & Wildfire Outlook Webinar For California And The Southwest

The webinar and update is designed to provide stakeholders and other interested parties in the region with timely information on the current drought status and outlook, as well as the wildland fire potential outlook.

Urban Northeast RISA Co-authors New York City's State Of Climate Knowledge 2021 Report 11 May 2021

Urban Northeast RISA Co-authors New York City's State Of Climate Knowledge 2021 Report

The report is an important step in integrating sustained assessment into New York City climate adaptation planning. It will drive new and creative partnerships to develop credible and actionable research products addressing the city’s most pressing climate challenges.

Sanctuaries Climate Priorities Workshop Report Released For NOAA Review 11 May 2021

Sanctuaries Climate Priorities Workshop Report Released For NOAA Review

The report will help inform NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries (ONMS) and the larger NOAA community on ways to advance and improve climate-smart assessment, adaptation, and management of sanctuaries in support of NOAA’s stewardship mission.

Competitive Grant Project Brings Additional Features to NOAA’s HYSPLIT Atmospheric Model 11 May 2021

Competitive Grant Project Brings Additional Features to NOAA’s HYSPLIT Atmospheric Model

CPO-supported research team has brought widely used greenhouse gas modeling tools to NOAA Air Resources Laboratory’s HYSPLIT atmospheric dispersion model. 

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