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IEDRO Newsletter - August 2015

IEDRO Newsletter – August 2015

Monthly Newsletter August 2015 Climate: Around the World  From the United States to Greenland, Paris, Scotland, and India, the world is actively partaking in the discussion of climate change. Below is a curated list of articles that popped up on IEDRO’s radar throughout the month. Check out what’s being discussed and let us know which article […]

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IEDRO Newsletter – June 2015

Monthly Newsletter June 2015 PROJECT SPOTLIGHT: IEDRO, with the help and expertise of SummIT Business Technologies, has created a web application that will make recording and digitizing records more efficient than manual methods. Weather Wizards uses web based graphical tools to enable paid participants or volunteer communities to rapidly digitize climate charts. Users view a computer image […]

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Bolivia Project Team

Press Release: IEDRO Reaches Agreement with Bolivia on Data Rescue

Deale, Maryland – FEBRUARY 2011 | Dr. Sharon LeDuc, retired Deputy Director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), visited Bolivia’s national meteorological service on February 18, 2011 on behalf of the International Environmental Data Rescue Organization (IEDRO). Dr. LeDuc gave a presentation stressing how historic weather date can […]

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Press Release: WMO Partners with IEDRO to Support Data Rescue in Bolivia, Namibia, Uganda

Deale, Maryland – The United Nation’s weather and climate agency, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), has entered into a cooperative agreement with the International Environmental Data Rescue Organization (IEDRO) to help establish and sustain data rescue projects in Bolivia, Namibia and Uganda. Funds from the WMO’s Voluntary Cooperation Programme (VCP) are being released to IEDRO […]

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The Catastrophic Death of Bolivia’s Famous Glacier

By Andrea Kobeszko “We don’t have any more time.”  Edson Ramirez, a world renowned glaciologist, offered this grim statement on the demise of Bolivia’s Chacaltaya glacier during a recent New York Times interview. The 17,500- year-old glacier, once the highest ski resort in the world, officially vanished earlier this year. Millions of Bolivians obtain as […]

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