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Press Release 10-044
Improving Predictions of Climate Change and its Impacts

New interagency program to generate high-resolution tools for addressing climate change

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Image of Axel Heilberg Island in Canada's Arctic.

Axel Heilberg Island in Canada's Arctic, is shown in an April 8, 2008 image. Note the blocks of ice that have calved off the foot of the glacier (middle-bottom), as well as the melt feature and stream (bottom-right). This photograph was obtained from on board the NASA P-3B aircraft during ARCTAS, a NASA-funded contribution to POLARCAT, a core activity of the 2007/2008 International Polar Year.

Credit: Cam McNaughton, University of Hawaii

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New interagency program to generate high-resolution tools to address climate change.

Credit: National Science Foundation/DOE/USDA


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