Ned Gardiner, PhD will join Marina Timofeyeva and Jon Gottschalck in a seminar designed to prepare NWS Warning Coordination Meteorologists, SCHs, and CWSU MICs to participate in NOAA-wide efforts on Dr. Spinrad's priority for a Climate-Ready Nation. The meeting will cover current science, services, and resilience strategies. This webinar prepares staff for a meeting on the same topic to be held June 27 through July 1 in Madison, Wisconsin. Regional Climate Services Program Managers (CSPMs) are invited to share this webinar opportunity with local NWS office Climate Service Focal Points.
For more information, contact Ned Gardiner.
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