With Better Climate Data, A Push To Use It To Prepare For Climate Impacts

With Better Climate Data, A Push To Use It To Prepare For Climate Impacts

https://n.pr/2B7iWpN

Meteorological Electronics Technicians Christopher Bieschke and Kirk Wilson replace a wind sensor atop a 30-foot tower at an Oklahoma Mesonet station near Shawnee, Okla.

Scientists are getting more and better data on our changing climate. Now, there’s a push to use it to help people cope with the extremes we know are coming.

(Image credit: Joe Wertz/StateImpact Oklahoma)

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via Environment : NPR https://n.pr/2iBXQGl

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