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Second Annual Event

The second annual Climate Change Symposium was held March 31st and April 1st. Watch the all the taped presentations and view all the events.
Carbon Cycling

Carbon Cycling

Earth's thermostat is regulated by natural and anthropogenic changes to atmospheric greenhouse gases. Understanding these changes requires unraveling intimately related feedbacks among the atmosphere, ocean, and biosphere.
Climate Impacts and Vulnerability

Climate Impacts and Vulnerability

CCR is an active participant in the Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts, developing statistically and dynamically downscaled climate projections for Wisconsin and the broader region to guide vulnerability assessments and the formation of effective adaptation strategies.
Climate Dynamics

Climate Dynamics

CCR's climate dynamicists use state-­of­-the-­art earth system models and data to understand the causes of past, present, and future variations in regional and global climate.
Oceanography and Limnology

Oceanography and Limnology

CCR's oceanographic and limnological research ranges from the influence of the global ocean on Earth's temperature change.
past climates

Past Climates

Research into the natural and human drivers of past climate changes in the Earth system over centuries to millennia, and the effect of past climate change on ecosystems and societies.
Surface Atmosphere Feedbacks

Surface Atmosphere Feedbacks

Research on the exchange of moisture, energy, momentum, and gases between the dynamic land surface and overlying atmosphere, and their effects on regional climate.

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POSTED: April 11, 2016
Minnesota EQB Position: Environmental Outreach and Communication
Minnesota Environmental Quality Board