Announcing USGCRP's NEW Resource Library!
GCRIO was mandated by Congress in the Global Change Research Act of 1990 to disseminate to foreign governments, businesses, and institutions, as well as citizens of foreign countries, scientific research information available in the United States which would be useful in preventing, mitigating, or adapting to the effects of global change, and was formally launched in May 1993.
The redesigned Resource Library provides access to more than 100 products containing data and information on
The new site is a big step forward for us in providing easy access to Federal global change information, said Tanya Maslak, Operations Manager of the U.S. Global Change Research Programs National Coordination Office. The goal is make all of our resources as open, accessible, and usable as possible for our wide range of stakeholders.
The new Resource Library interface is similar to online shopping interfaces that users may encounter in their day-to-day lives. After sorting and searching to find the document most relevant to their needs, users can choose to download a digital copy or place orders for print resources.