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Hi folks

With applogies for cross-posting. I am forwardind this message on behalf 
of Art DeGaetano at the NRCC. Please click on the survey link before 18 
December and share your thoughts.

Regards
Lesley-Ann



Hello Colleagues:

I'm writing to ask for your help in identifying regional priority climate 
needs.  As part of ongoing efforts of NOAA's Eastern Region Climate Team 
and its collaborators, EPA/NESCAUM has administered a cross-sector climate 
needs survey, the results of which will be included in a NESCAUM authored 
report.  Content of the survey is derived from a NOAA issued needs 
assessment authored earlier this year.

Survey results also will be incorporated into NEclimateUS.org (currently 
under development), a gateway to a broad range of information related to 
climate in the eastern US.  The website is intended to serve as a shared 
resource for a wide audience, including research scientists, service 
providers, fish and wildlife managers, and decision-makers, and results 
from a collaborative effort of NWF/NALCC, NOAA and EPA.

Please complete the survey below, and distribute it broadly within your 
network of state and local contacts working directly with climate and 
relevant sectors.  We ask that the survey be completed by December 18th:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/climateadaptneeds

Thank you for participating in this effort; your help will go a long way 
to ensuring we are capturing regional climate needs!

On behalf of the ERCT,

Art DeGaetano
Professor and Associate Chair
Dept of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Director, NOAA Northeast Regional Climate Center
Cornell University
1119 Bradfield Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
607-255-0385



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  	Lesley-Ann L. Dupigny-Giroux, Ph.D.
      Associate Professor & VT State Climatologist
  		University of Vermont
  	       Department of Geography
  		  200 Old Mill Building
  		   94 University Place
  	   Burlington, Vermont 05405-0114
  			U.S.A.

   (802) 656-2146 (phone)  (802) 656-3042  (facsimile)

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  http://www.geospatialcareers.net/people/dupigny_giroux.html
http://www.vermontwoman.com/articles/0412/climatologist.shtml

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