The South Central Climate Science Center—one of eight Department of Interior regional climate science centers nationwide—hosted by the University of… Read More »
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has announced funding of more than $10 million awarded by Interior’s regional Climate Science… Read More »
NORMAN, OK—Kimberly Winton, Ph.D., has been selected as the director of the Department of the Interior’s South Central Climate Science… Read More »
A picture is worth a thousand words. Geo-referenced field photos, taken from GPS cameras and smartphones, are even better, as they document location-specific observations of croplands, forests, wetlands, lakes, flood, fire, insect outbreaks and so on. Many of those field photos can be used to assess the impacts of drought, flood, fire, and insect infestation, to evaluate water quality, and to support interpretation of airborne and satellite images.Read Full Article »
To help the country solve real problems in a changing climate.