Includes sea level rise; extreme weather; changes to ecosystems, plants and animals; melting ice and permafrost; ocean wamring; impacts to water resources, agriculture, public health and national security

This conference will focus on the science, impacts, planning, and response to climate change along the East Coast.

This free webinar will examine how climate change and rising CO2 levels may affect forest carbon storage.

A one-day forum to discuss critical topics regarding the California drought, includng current conditions, future outlooks and sectoral impacts.

Managing for a Future in a Rapidly Changing Arctic

In consultation with the National Ocean Council, the National Security Staff, and the Arctic Research Commission, the Alaska Interagency Working Group completed a report describing environmental, social, and economic issues in the arctic U.S. to the federal government and its partners in order to address management challenges in the region.

A new, web-based atlas designed to let users view historical sea ice data collected between the mid-1800s and today.

This free webinar will examine the interplay between climate mitigation and adaptation, including the energy-water nexus.

In this free webinar, speakers will discuss mitigation of extreme weather events resulting from climate change.

What is an extreme event? NOAA scientists explore how single events or trends in extreme weather relate to climate change.

NCDC 2013 State of the Climate

NOAA Releases Annual Climate Report

NOAA's National Climatic Data Center has released its climate report for 2013. According to the annual report, last year was warmer and wetter than average for the contiguous U.S. and 2013 marked the 21st wettest year of record for the nation and the wettest since 2009.

NCDC Releases Latest Regional Climate Impacts and Outlooks Reports

In late December, NOAA's National Climatic Data Center and its partners released regional climate impact assessments for the first quarter of 2014. The reports discuss the major climate events during the past three months and contain historical seasonal assessments as well as future climate outlooks.

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