CISA Integrating Climate Science & Decision Making in the Carolinas
NCEI is the world's largest active archive of weather data. The website provides links to numerous climate publications and multiple types of climate data sets.
Produced by the Southeast Regional Climate Center, the Southeast Region Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook is a subset of the Eastern Region summary (above).
Following the release of the Third U.S. National Climate Assessment, these state summaries were produced to meet a demand for state-level information about historical climate variations and trends, future climate projections, and past and future conditions of sea level and coastal flooding.
The NWS Climate Prediction Center provides climate outlooks, information on climate and weather connections, and climate data, among a wealth of other resources. The website also provides links to climate headlines, news and events.
NEclimateUS.org is a searchable database for regional planners and managers in the Eastern region of the US. The database offers information and resources on climate-related projects and programs. The website is a collaborative effort of NOAA, the North Atlantic LCC, National Wildlife Federation, and EPA.
The NC SCO works to define, predict and disseminate information about the climatic and environmental factors that impact the people of North Carolina and is actively involved in research that enhances its capabilities to provide public service. Their website provides data specific to North Carolina, information about climate in the state, and eduation and outreach materials.
The South Carolina State Climatology Office, which is a division of the SC Department of Natural Resources, provides a unique service to the state by archiving and distributing climatological data to state agencies, educational and research institutions, and private citizens. The website provides links to data sources, services and climate information specific to South Carolina.
The Southeast Regional Climate Center (SERCC) is one of six regional climate centers in the US serving Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Peurto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. The website provides links to climate data, weather and climate information, and educational materials.
The Climate Change Indictors in the United States 2012 report brings together data from multiple public datasets to show observed changes over time in 26 indicators of climate change, including measures of high and low temperatures, rainfall, snowfall, pollen season, and sea level rise. This website provides access to the full report as well as a slide show of key findings.
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