NOAA issued the three-month U.S. Spring Outlook today, stating that odds favor above-average temperatures across much of the continental United States, including drought -stricken areas of Texas, the Southwest and the Great Plains.
PostedOct 16, 2012
On Wednesday, October 3 and Thursday, October 4, 2012, the USGCRP Interagency Group on Integrative Modeling (IGIM) hosted a meeting on the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP).
PostedJul 5, 2012
Physical Climate, Observations, Modeling, Mitigation, Indicators, Adaptation
A new funding opportunity solicits contributions to enhance the use of NASA's observation and modeling products in future NCAs by encouraging the developing and testing of potential climate change indicators.
PostedJun 25, 2012
Oceans, Observations, Modeling, Coasts
Rates of sea level rise are increasing three-to-four times faster along portions of the U.S. Atlantic Coast than globally, according to a new U.S. Geological Survey report published in Nature Climate Change .
PostedApr 13, 2012
Physical Climate, Modeling, Water Resources, International
Cross-posted from USGS , a member of the U.S. Global Change Research Program Spring rains in the eastern Horn of Africa are projected to begin late this year and be substantially lower than normal. From March - May, the rains are expected to total only 60 to 85 percentage of the average rainfall in this region. This is a significant deterioration
PostedNov 4, 2010
Physical Climate, Modeling, Water Resources, Land Use & Land Cover
Announcing the next installment of "Climate Conversations," USGCRP's monthly seminar/webinar series, presented by Dr. Jeffrey S. Deems, and Dr. Thomas H. Painter.
PostedSep 8, 2010
Observations, Modeling, Mitigation, International, Adaptation
New Knowledge Towards Solutions; 26-29 March 2012, London.
PostedMay 19, 2010
Physical Climate, Observations, Modeling, Mitigation, Carbon Cycle, Energy, Adaptation
As part of its most comprehensive study of climate change to date, the National Research Council today issued three reports emphasizing why the U.S. should act now to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and develop a national strategy to adapt to the inevitable impacts of climate change.