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Atmospheric Science and Meteorology

This guide will help you locate materials in Atmospheric Science and Meteorology

North Carolina Weather Sites

Other Useful Websites

Provides weather forecast, local to international, world class weather radar and up to the minute weather reports and current conditions.

EPA - Climate Change

Provides the most current and accurate information on issues of climate change

National Center for Atmospheric Research

Provides federally funded research that is devoted to service, research, and education in atmospheric science and other related subject areas

National Climatic Data Center

Provides historical climate data, recent weather events and other information essential to monitoring current weather conditions.

National Weather Service 

Official voice of the U.S. government for issuing warnings during life-threatening weather situations    

NOAA - Central Library Foreign Climate Data 

Links to data arranged by country or region.  The time period of coverage ranges from the 1830s through the 1970s with most data from the period prior to 1960. Each series typically includes observations for a number of meteorological and other geophysical parameters.

NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association 

that enriches life through science. Reaching from the surface of the sun to the depths of the ocean floor, working to keep citizens informed of the changing environments around them.

United States Historical Climatology Network 

(USHCN) is a high quality data set of daily/monthly records of basic meteorology variables from 1218 observing stations across the 48 contiquous United States.