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  • 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.

NC Climate Science Report

North Carolina Climate Report

The North Carolina Climate Science Report is an independent, peer-reviewed scientific assessment of historical climate trends and potential future climate change in North Carolina under increased greenhouse gas concentrations. It was developed by NCICS and a team of climate experts from around the state and supports Governor Cooper’s Executive Order 80 (“North Carolina’s Commitment to Address Climate Change and Transition to a Clean Energy Economy”).

North Carolina Climate Science Report

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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Ge Peng and Douglas Rao of NCICS will be joining colleagues from NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information at the winter 2021 meeting of the Earth Science Information Partners later this week. Topics will including improving how information on data quality is represented and the use of artificial intelligence in the Earth sciences. See the NCEI web story for more information:Earth science data make up the backbone of what we do. Over the next few days, our scientists will network and share the state of the science with other data management professionals at the virtual 2021 Earth Science Information Partners Winter Meeting. The conference, held twice a year, allows our staff and partners to share their work and learn from others in the public and private sectors about improving data management, accessibility, and discoverability. Learn more: bit.ly/3piQJDN ... See MoreSee Less

Ge Peng and Douglas Rao of NCICS will be joining colleagues from NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information at the winter 2021 meeting of the Earth Science Information Partners later this week. Topics will including improving how information on data quality is represented and the use of artificial intelligence in the Earth sciences. See the NCEI web story for more information:

We currently have three positions available here at NCICS:

Our most recent opening is for a Senior Research Scientist, who will support the US National Climate Assessment project and engage in rapid attribution studies of extreme events.

We are also seeking a Research Associate to focus on supporting NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information by developing in situ and remote sensing climate and weather data products and applications. Programming and data analysis skills are important.

Finally, check out our postdoc opportunity if you’d like work with our climate assessments team and support the rapid extreme event attribution project.

For more information on these positions and what it’s like to work with us here in Asheville, North Carolina, please visit ncics.org/about/why-work-at-ncics/
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We currently have three positions available here at NCICS: 

Our most recent opening is for a Senior Research Scientist, who will support the US National Climate Assessment project and engage in rapid attribution studies of extreme events. 

We are also seeking a Research Associate to focus on supporting NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information by developing in situ and remote sensing climate and weather data products and applications. Programming and data analysis skills are important. 

Finally, check out our postdoc opportunity if you’d like work with our climate assessments team and support the rapid extreme event attribution project. 

For more information on these positions and what it’s like to work with us here in Asheville, North Carolina, please visit https://ncics.org/about/why-work-at-ncics/