You can download a pdf of the entire report here. Published each June for the prior year, The State Climatologist is AASC's annual compendiu describing the programs and activities of all state climate offices throughout the United States who have achieved designation as an AASC-Regcognized State Climate Office (ARSCO). These are state climate offices that have demonstrated the highest standards for applied climate service, as outlined by the AASC. Reports from state climate offices aspiring to achieve ARSCO designation are also included, as well as a report from our federal partners at NCEI.
The meeting takes place 25 to 27 June at the Flamingo Resort in Santa Rosa, California. Also, join us for the Icebreaker at the Flamingo on 24 June...it's a great way to kick the meeting off. To register, go to our registration page of course! Note: Late and on-site registration is still open.
Jointly hosted by the California State Climate Office, the Nevada State Climate Offices, and the Western Regional Climate Center, the AASC Annual Meeting brings together a community of applied and service climatologists for three days of education, inspiration and fun. Subject matter experts share best practices and learn from one another, with a focus on regional, state and local climate issues, from climate monitoring and agriculture to drought, severe event response and many other topics.
The latest agenda is now available! Download your copy at this link. You'll note it still says 'draft', but it will give you a good idea of the great stuff our Planning Committee has been putting together. Once the final agenda is complete, we'll make an announcement and you can return here to download your copy.
The American Association of State Climatologists advances the development and delivery of science-based climate services at the state and local levels. AASC works to support a society in which climate-sensitive decisions are guided by science-based information derived from historical and current observed climate and scenarios of future climate.