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Trends April 2021

The April 2021 issue of our Trends newsletter explores our efforts to improve drought monitoring and early-warning capabilities, research on changes in heavy precipitation and Arctic sea ice and the mental health impacts of hurricanes, efforts to improve the accessibility of the North Carolina Climate Science Report, some award-winning efforts by NCICS staff, and more.

Trends April 2021

NCICS to Host NOAA Cooperative Institute

NCICS will host the Asheville location of the new Cooperative Institute for Satellite Earth System Studies, which will be dedicated to expanding our understanding of the full Earth system and its interactions with human activities.

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NCICS's Jared Rennie is this week's guest on Weather Geeks with Dr. Marshall Shepherd. Jared and Marshall take a closer look at the new climate normals from NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information:What is all this talk about "new climate normals?" How do they impact what we know about #climate change?🤔 There are a lot of details buried in how & why we do this, but today's guest Jared Rennie (@jjrennie) helps shed some light! Download our latest episode! linktr.ee/WeatherGeeks ... See MoreSee Less

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NCICSs Douglas Rao is one of the co-chairs of this upcoming workshop on leveraging artificial intelligence in environmental sciences. Abstracts are due by June 18, and the workshop takes place September 13–17. See details in the post below.
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