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NCICS:

  • inspires cutting-edge research and collaboration.
  • advances understanding of the current and future state of the climate.
  • engages with business, academia, government, and the public to enhance decision making.

Trends October 2019

This issue of Trends introduces the new Cooperative Institute for Satellite Earth System Studies (CISESS) and details the support we are providing for the forthcoming North Carolina State Climate Report. Other stories highlight two projects aimed at enhancing NOAA NCEI’s dataset offerings and some key engagement and outreach activities. You’ll also find an interview with Jared Rennie about the successful efforts to reestablish the Asheville chapter of the American Meteorological Society.

October 2019 Trends

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.

NCICS
Inspire • Advance • Engage
CICS
Assessments Technical Support Unit
4th National Climate Assessment
Indicators
State Climate Summaries
Climate Data Records
Tropical Monitoring Tool
Artic Sea Ice Trends and Projections
Observational  Data for Climate Studies
Advancing Environment Data Stewardship
Big Data Project
NEXRAD
GOES Satellite Data in the Cloud
Assessing Data Stewardship Maturity
International Data Stewardship Standards
Sub-Monthly Climate Monitoring
SERDP
US Airforce Projects
Resilience and Sustainability
India Partnership for Climate Resiliency
Outreach and Engagement

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Today, we close out our contributions at #AMS2020 with three sessions. You can learn about how NCICS is supporting the forthcoming North Carolina #Climate Science Report, work by Ronnie Leeper on flash drought detection using NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information #USCRN data, and research on modeling “design storms” for urban infrastructure. Get the details at: bit.ly/ncicsams2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Today, we close out our contributions at #AMS2020 with three sessions. You can learn about how NCICS is supporting the forthcoming North Carolina #Climate Science Report, work by Ronnie Leeper on flash drought detection using NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information #USCRN data, and research on modeling “design storms” for urban infrastructure. Get the details at: http://bit.ly/ncicsams2020

Today at #AMS2020: Ken Kunkel co-chairs sessions on identifying the climate signal in weather events and co-authored a presentation on modeling cloudburst precipitation. Jenny Dissen co-authored a presentation on use-inspired science at NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information. Details at: bit.ly/ncicsams2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Today at #AMS2020: Ken Kunkel co-chairs sessions on identifying the climate signal in weather events and co-authored a presentation on modeling cloudburst precipitation. Jenny Dissen co-authored a presentation on use-inspired science at NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information. Details at: http://bit.ly/ncicsams2020
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