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Dec 2, 2019

NCICS at AGU 2019

Image Credit: American Geophysical Union The Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union returns to its long-time home in San Francisco this year, and NCICS…→

Apr 11, 2019

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 the contiguous United States. Compared…→

Feb 27, 2019

Current Internship Opportunities

Current Internship Opportunities NCICS is looking for several winter/spring interns for the following projects. NOTE: All positions will be located in downtown Asheville, NC, in…→

May 8, 2017

Meet the Staff: Andrew Ballinger

By Andrew Dundas Andrew Ballinger, a postdoctoral research scholar at NCICS, grew up on a dairy farm outside of Melbourne, Australia. He partly attributes his…→

 
Oct 12, 2016

CICS-NC at AMS 2015

CICS-NC at AMS 2015 The Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites-North Carolina (CICS-NC) will have a strong presence at the American Meteorological Society’s annual meeting,…→

Jul 26, 2016

Publications

2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Aidaraliev, A. A., G.M. Henebry, Q. Chi, P. Groisman, M. Tomaszewska, M.S. Baihodjoev, and…→

Jun 10, 2016

obs4MIPS

Experimental NCEI/Climate Data Records obs4MIPs Datasets The Observations for Model Inter-Comparison Project (obs4MIPs) is an effort to make observational data available to the climate modeling…→

May 19, 2016

Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites – North Carolina (CICS-NC)

Since 2009, NCICS’s primary activity has been operating a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Cooperative Institute. This work began with the Cooperative Institute for…→

May 19, 2016

Expertise: Observing Systems

In Situ Observations Quality Assurance Algorithm Development Data Validation Global Temperature Datasets Soil Moisture and Drought U.S. Climate Reference Network Search “In Situ” Remote Sensing…→

Apr 1, 2016

Assessment and Implications of NCEP Stage IV Quantitative Precipitation Estimates for Product Intercomparisons

Olivier Prat of CICS-NC is a contributing author on a paper in Weather and Forecasting that explores and assesses the stage IV quantitative precipitation estimates…→