Check out the recording of a unique webinar designed to share experiences and information about NOAA’s role related to extreme heat - three minutes at a time. From national and local efforts to build awareness and mitigate the effects of extreme heat, to innovative terrestrial and marine research - you will have the chance to hear straight from the experts on a wide array of heat-related topics!
In order to effectively communicate climate change with stakeholders, information should be tailored to meet their specific needs. Thanks to collaboration between NOAA, the Upper Mississippi River Basin Association, and the Midwest Regional Climate Center, three handouts were created to reach three different audiences: a technical perspective, one in plain language, and one that is a hybrid. These are now available for download and distribution.
The recording from the Three Minute Thesis Webinar on NOAA's Uncrewed Systems is now available! Check out the hour long event featuring NOAA experts sharing information on the exciting work underway related to a wide array of uncrewed systems including saildrones, remote operated vehicles, drones, and ocean robots. This fast-paced event is sure to capture your imagination and showcase NOAA efforts from Antarctica to Alaksa!
With a seemingly overwhelming amount of climate data and information available from countless sources, the NOAA Central Region Collaboration Team has developed a resource designed to ensure connections to numerous regional climate services partners in the region and bring together in once place easy access to popular tools, trustworthy information, and the latest resources for our region. Bookmark this new page and you will be two clicks from accessing climate and drought outlooks, monthly webinars, data, graphs, maps, and more!