Report: Changing Fire Regimes and Management Strategies 24 July 2017

Report: Changing Fire Regimes and Management Strategies

This project will help managers respond to changing fire regimes by analyzing historical climate observations and future projections to plan for fire management and wildfire potential.

New website, webinar on climate-health vulnerabilities 25 April 2017

New website, webinar on climate-health vulnerabilities

Convergence is a new CPO-supported website designed to provide a platform for communicating science to community partners. 

Mid-Atlantic Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (MARISA) website launch 2 March 2017

Mid-Atlantic Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (MARISA) website launch

This website, which will serve as a medium of information regarding ongoing stakeholder interactions and dataset creations, marks the beginning of MARISA's web presence and formal establishment as a NOAA RISA team.   

 

New issue of Northwest Climate magazine released 26 October 2016

New issue of Northwest Climate magazine released

The Pacific Northwest Climate Impacts Research Consortium recently released the second issue of Northwest Climate, a magazine with stories about climate science and adaptation initiatives in the Pacific Northwest.

Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment launches new website 30 September 2016

Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment launches new website

The Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment (PIRCA) launched its new website at PIRCA.org.

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