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Press Release 13-122
NSF, USDA, DOE Award Grants to Improve Predictions of Climate Change on Regional, Decadal Scales

Research will lead to better understanding of climate change effects on shorter, more local scales

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Graphic simulation of surface temperature changes due to aerosols from Northern Hemisphere fires.

Simulation of surface temperature changes due to aerosols from Northern Hemisphere fires.

Credit: Yongjia Song and Yuhang Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology


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Aerial view of wetlands

EaSM researchers will assess how climate change affects prairie pothole wetlands.

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Closeup of a water droplet

Water: more precious than gold. Will there be enough in longer times of drought?

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Photo of a wild fire in a forest

EaSM grantees will study wildfires and regional climate variability.

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Close up image of cracks open in the land in Sonoran desert

Scorched Earth: drought in the Sonoran Desert cracks open the land.

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Photo of sun shining over cars in busy traffic on a highway

Hot time in the city: How will climate change affect urban and surrounding areas?

Credit: NSF Central Arizona-Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research Site


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