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ACCAP, a NOAA CAP/RISA team, to host a webinar on the 2022 Arctic Report Card findings

The Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy (ACCAP), a NOAA, CAP/RISA team, is hosting a webinar titled “Arctic Report Card: Background and Key Findings” featuring Rick Thoman, ACCAP’s Alaska Climate Specialist.

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Climate Specialist Rick Thoman with the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy (ACCAP), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, co-authors NOAA’s Arctic Report Card 2022

Rick Thoman co-authors the 2022 NOAA Arctic Report Card that reveals shifts in Arctic seasons, widespread disturbance, and the value of diverse observations.

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Climate.gov Graphics and Editorial Teams Support Annual Rollout of NOAA’s Arctic Report Card

CEE team members collaborated with Arctic experts to produce a collection of magazine-quality maps and other data visualizations for the report’s release on December 13 at AGU.

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Long-term warming and environmental change trends persist in the Arctic in 2013

NOAA’s annual Arctic Report Card, introduced in 2006 by the NOAA Climate Program Office, found that cooler temperatures in the summer of 2013 across the central Arctic Ocean, Greenland and northern Canada moderated the record sea ice loss and extensive melting that the surface of the Greenland ice sheet experienced last year.

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