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CAP/RISA

C3HE Co-PI publishes a new study using a sensor framework to measure subterranean and land-based contributions to coastal flooding.

The Carolinas Collaborative for Climate, Health, and Equity (C3HE), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, Co-PI Miyuki Hino’s new sensor framework finds that flood frequency estimated from multiple drivers are higher than suggested by those only using tide gauges.

C3HE Co-PI publishes a new study using a sensor framework to measure subterranean and land-based contributions to coastal flooding. Read More »

The South-Central CAP/RISA Team Collaboratively Produces Resource Describing the Benefits of Local Hazard Mitigation Plans for Communities

Darrian Bertrand, SCIPP’s Climate Assessment Specialist, collaborated with Kim Jenson at the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security to help alleviate misconceptions and promote the implementation of local hazard mitigation plans in Oklahoma.

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CAP/RISA represented at the 2023 meeting for the American Association of Geographers in Denver, CO

NOAA’s CAP/RISA network was well represented at the 2023 meeting for the American Association of Geographers in Denver, CO, with 15 members of the network in attendance, including CPO’s Genie Bey.

CAP/RISA represented at the 2023 meeting for the American Association of Geographers in Denver, CO Read More »

CCRUN, a NOAA CAP/RISA team, presents a webinar titled “A Climate Resilience Research Agenda for the Greater Philadelphia Area.”

The Consortium for Climate Risk in the Urban Northeast’s (CCRUN), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, will host a panel discussion with the co-leads of the Climate Resilience Research Agenda (CRRA) Working Groups.

 

CCRUN, a NOAA CAP/RISA team, presents a webinar titled “A Climate Resilience Research Agenda for the Greater Philadelphia Area.” Read More »

MARISA PIs Jordan Fischbach, Debra Knopman, and Klaus Keller co-authored a publication for their new green infrastructure planning open-source tool

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (MARISA), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, principal investigators co-author new publication titled, “Rhodium-SWMM: An open-source tool for green infrastructure placement under deep uncertainty.”

MARISA PIs Jordan Fischbach, Debra Knopman, and Klaus Keller co-authored a publication for their new green infrastructure planning open-source tool Read More »

NOAA’s Adaptation Sciences Program Supports the First In-person Convening of the Local2030 Islands Network Communities of Practice

This work helps link NOAA’s capabilities with islands including U.S. territories and APIs in support of resilience and addresses climate resilience and sustainable development.

NOAA’s Adaptation Sciences Program Supports the First In-person Convening of the Local2030 Islands Network Communities of Practice Read More »

CSI-funded investigators in the Boston area meet with Dr. Rick Spinrad to discuss climate adaptation and engagement with frontline communities

The meeting, led and organized by CPO/CSI staff and partners in the Boston area, took place on March 13th, 2023 at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.

CSI-funded investigators in the Boston area meet with Dr. Rick Spinrad to discuss climate adaptation and engagement with frontline communities Read More »

The Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, expands their Temperature Trends Dashboard Tool

While other resources exist that present regional or national trends in temperatures, few tools offer such information on a local level. This dashboard helps to fill that gap by providing location-specific information about changes in temperature in the last 52 years.

The Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, expands their Temperature Trends Dashboard Tool Read More »

WWA and SARP funded work for the publication, “The role of adaptive capacity in incremental and transformative adaptation in three large U.S. Urban water systems”

The Western Water Assessment (WWA), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, and the Sectoral Applications Research Program (SARP) fund new work studying systems to identify how to achieve successful adaptation.

WWA and SARP funded work for the publication, “The role of adaptive capacity in incremental and transformative adaptation in three large U.S. Urban water systems” Read More »

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