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North Central Climate Science Center




Our Mission:
 

To provide the best available climate science and tools to inform natural resource management within the North Central domain.

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New Monitoring "PhenoCam" Installed at Oakville Prairie Biological Field Station

FRI, JUNE 5, 2015, 01:32 PM EST

With assistance from the North Central Climate Science Center, University of North Dakota researchers have installed the newest PhenoCam at the Oakville Prairie Biological Research Center, an 800 acre tall-grass prairie community in the Red River Valley. Read More >


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Open Science Conference Brings Together CSC Staff & Scientists

SUN, MAY 17, 2015, 04:06 PM EST

This week, the North Central Climate Science Center's 2015 Open Science Conference will bring together staff & scientists from several of the Climate Science Centers across the country. Read More >


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Brian Woodward Receives 2015 DEVELOPer of the Term Award from NASA

FRI, MAY 15, 2015, 10:11 AM EST

Brian Woodward of the Fort Collins-based Colorado Agriculture NASA Project Team has been selected by NASA as the DEVELOPer of the Term for the 2015 spring term. Read More >


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Research Team Calls for Better Climate Monitoring of High-Elevation Regions

THU, APRIL 30, 2015, 02:00 PM EST

According to a recently released study there is growing evidence that high mountain regions are warming faster than lower elevations but a lack of recorded data could hold scientists back from fully understanding associated causes and impacts. Read More >