Trends March 2019
The latest issue of our Trends newsletter recaps one of the busiest and most productive years in the Institute’s history. In addition to an overview from Director Otis Brown, this issue includes a focus on tropical cyclone research and data stewardship activities and stories on our ongoing support for building climate resilience in India and using a Climate Data Record to understand a changing Arctic. You can read about how we helped build a new data ingest pipeline at NCEI and what our resident pilot discovered about changing aviation weather patterns. Finally, this issue also explores the breadth and depth of our support for the Fourth National Climate Assessment and related activities.
Precipitation and Fatal Motor Vehicle Crashes
New research reveals that the overall risk of a fatal car crash increases by about 34% during precipitation events in […]
Seasonal and Regional Changes in Arctic Sea Ice
Two recent papers by a team of authors, including CICS-NC’s Ge Peng, explore the changing seasonality and regional variability of […]
CICS-NC supports NOAA NCEI engagement activities in numerous ways. One such upcoming activity is the 2019 NCEI Users Conference, taking place..
New research by Scott Stevens, Carl Schreck, Ken Kunkel, and colleagues from CDC and the University of Nebraska Medical Center reveals that the..