Facilitating the Use of Drought Early Warning Information through Interactions with Agricultural Stakeholders 22 July 2015

Facilitating the Use of Drought Early Warning Information through Interactions with Agricultural Stakeholders

Work on flash drought early warning systems funded by the Climate Program Office's Sectoral Applications Research Program (SARP) appeared in the July issue of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.

SARP-funded Drought Risk Atlas analyzes drought history for local climate stations 24 March 2014

SARP-funded Drought Risk Atlas analyzes drought history for local climate stations

Funded by the Sectoral Applications Research Program (SARP), The National Drought Mitigation Center unveiled the Drought Risk Atlas on March 21. The atlas provides analysis of data on drought frequency and severity for more than 3,000 spots across the country.

19 February 2014

Beller-Simms co-hosts Improving Access to Information for Decision Making workshop

CPO’s Nancy Beller-Simms co-hosted a workshop on Feb. 10 with Danielle Swallow of the National Climatic Data Center. The workshop included representatives from major water and planning associations, foundations, and federations.
CPO's Beller-Simms speaks at meeting of the Climate Change and Water Resources Workgroup 19 February 2014

CPO's Beller-Simms speaks at meeting of the Climate Change and Water Resources Workgroup

CPO scientist Nancy Beller-Simms spoke at the Meeting of the Climate Change and Water Resources Workgroup of the Advisory Committee on Water Information on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
COCA funds Climate Field Notes report 24 September 2013

COCA funds Climate Field Notes report

With funding from CPO's Coastal and Ocean Climate Applications (COCA) program, Oregon Sea Grant has released Climate Field Notes, a report providing insights on climate change from the NOAA Sea Grant Network project.

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