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  1. The Empowered Storm Surge

    of the 12 Extreme Weather and Climate Events Analyzed from 2012." ... 13. http://nca2014.globalchange.gov/highlights/report-findings/extreme-weather  USGCRP. 2014. "National Climate Assessment: Sea Level ... 13. http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2013/20130905-extremeweatherandclimateevents.html  USGCRP. 2014. "Climate and Health Assessment: Extreme ...

  2. Calculating the Future

    scientists use data to understand past, present, and future climate change? They couldn’t do it without math. Data about our climate is collected from sources such as satellites, weather stations, buoys, weather balloons, ships, radars, tree ...

  3. Advancing the Field

    courses to promote understanding about the relationships between extreme weather, climate, health, and the environment. Register template1 ...

  4. We've Transformed! Announcing Our New Brand and Website

    Today, as Americans face a new normal of extreme weather, environmental ... to the environment where it intersects our daily lives- via nature, weather + climate ...

  5. Asthma Triggers on the Rise

    A changing climate makes common air pollutants more widespread and more severe through increased  extreme weather  events and concentrations of greenhouse ... trapping gasses associated with climate change disrupts many ...

  6. Land

    by extreme weather events in a number of ways. Read More Increases in Coastal ... of the clouds? Read More The Ghosts Haunting Our Climate Greenhouse gases are the most significant driver of an observed changing climate since ...

  7. Transportation Disruptions

    by climate disruptions. Roads, bridges, airports, rail lines, and coastal ports face risks from increasing temperatures, more extreme weather events ... sector have increased 17%.  Besides contributing to a changing climate ...

  8. Stressed Wetlands

    such as erosion and flooding.   A changing climate magnifies these stressors through increasing rates of sea level rise, extreme precipitation, and drought. ... Erwin, K. 2009. “Wetlands and Global Climate Change: The Role of Wetland ...

  9. The Scientific Evidence, with a 95% Level of Certainty, Points to Human Causes for Observed Warming over Past Half Century

    the scientific community that it is “extremely likely” that human activities ... in the field of climate science: Repeated analyses have shown ... the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) 2013 Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) ...

  10. Irene Sans

    Dallas and Miami, where she covered extreme weather events including ... of Emergency Management, where she briefed state officials on weather conditions ... as a bilingual meteorologist for multiple international weather services, ...

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