Spring quarterly newsletter: Climate affecting ecosystems

Climate impacts on fish and wildlife
Climate impacts on fish and wildlife

Climate impacts on fish and wildlife

Nebraska State Climate Office has released the spring edition of Climate Crossroads, its quarterly newsletter. In this issue, we take a look at how the climate office is pairing up with wildlife professionals to create climate change threat tools. Also in this edition:

Our spring climate outlook: A stormy spring is expected;

  • A winter climate summary;
  • An update on our weather network and upgrades we’ll be making this maintenance season;
  • A new project to improve short-term wind forecasting across Nebraska; and
  • Our service to our stakeholders: We gave 45 talks to 2,600 people in the past three months.

Read it below:

Spring 2017 quarterly report

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