Online — On Wed., 1 August, scientists from NOAA and the American Meteorological Society will discuss key findings from the peer-reviewed State of the Climate report, which examines temperature, precipitation and weather events throughout the world in 2017.
The study is published annually by the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.
This 28th annual check-up for the planet is based on contributions from more than 450 scientists, representing more than 60 countries. It provides a detailed update on global climate indicators, notable weather events and other data collected from locations on land, water, ice and even space.
Some of the climate indicators include greenhouse gases, temperature, precipitation, sea level, sea ice extent, glacier mass, snow cover and tropical cyclones.
WHEN: Wednesday, 1 August
Report released: 11 AM EDT
Media Call: 11:30 AM EDT
Media conference call on the State of the Climate in 2017 report
- Jeff Rosenfeld, Editor-In-Chief, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
- Deke Arndt, Ph.D., climatologist and lead report editor, NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Prediction
- Greg Johnson, Ph.D., oceanographer and ocean chapter editor, NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
- Emily Osborne, Ph.D., program manager, NOAA’s Arctic Research Program and Arctic chapter editor, NOAA’s Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research
1) Dial into the conference call:
800-369-2113 (U.S./Canada toll-free)
1-517-308-9041 (International toll)
2) View slides at: https://www.ametsoc.org/index.cfm/ams/state-of-the-climate-2017-slides/ (available at 11:00 AM EDT on 1 August).
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Theo Stein, email@example.com, 303-497-6288