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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sea Grant

The MIT Sea Grant College Program is the first institution of higher learning to be appointed a Sea Grant College. The MIT Sea Grant's research programs, dedicated outreach programs, and integrated educational projects are aimed at providing real-world solutions to coastal questions and at helping to create the coastal stewards of tomorrow. The program's innovative marine research includes autonomous underwater vehicles, aquaculture and fisheries, coastal management, underwater communications, and biotechnology.

 

 

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Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management (MA CZM)

The Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management (CZM) is a part of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA). The mission of the CMZ is to balance the impacts of human activity with the protection of coastal and marine resources.

 

 

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Michigan Climate Coalition

The Michigan Climate Coalition (MCC) "seeks to foster synergy through information, communication and action, in order to assist Michigan in responding to climate change."

 

 

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Michigan State Climatologist's Office

The Michigan State Climatologist's Office is a service of the Michigan State University (MSU) Department of Geography, Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, MSU Extension and the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG).  Links to current weather conditions, forecasts, weekly and monthly temperature and precipitation maps, and historical summaries are available on the Office website. 

 

 

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Minnesota Sea Grant

The Minnesota Sea Grant, the only Sea Grant program focused entirely on Lake Superior, seeks to maintain and enhance its coastal environment and coastal economy through high-quality research, education, and outreach. This program supports research that will lead to tools and technology for responsible management and policy decisions regarding Lake Superior and inland aquatic economies and resources. Through scientific research and public education programs, the Minnesota Sea Grant conveys the needs of communities, industries, and management agencies to university scientists, and promotes the best and most current science regarding Lake Superior and inland lakes to resource users, managers, and policy-makers.

 

 

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Minnesota State Climatology Office

The Minnesota State Climatology Office (MN SCO) exists to manage, analyze, and disseminate climate information, to develop and implement or improve technical means for such activities and to coordinate the activities of data producers or suppliers to ensure the availability of high quality climate data for the State of Minnesota and its citizens.

 

 

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Mississippi State Climatologist

The Mississippi State Climatologist is located in the Department of Geosciences, Mississippi State University. This office provides climate information to the public and conducts research into the influences of climate on environmental processes and human activities in the state and region.

 

 

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Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium

The Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium (MASGC) develops research, education, and outreach programs, and focuses on one the following priority areas: 1) Healthy Coastal Ecosystems, 2) Safe and Sustainable Seafood, 3) Sustainable Coastal Communities, and 4) Hazard Resilience in Coastal Communities. The mission of the MASGC is to enhance the sustainable use and conservation of ocean and coastal resources to benefit the economy and environment in Alabama and Mississippi. To fulfill this mission, MASGC commits to interdisciplinary environmental scholarship and community-based natural resources management so that coastal and marine resources are conserved and managed for a sustainable economy and environment.

 

 

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Missouri Climate Center

The primary functions of the Missouri Climate Center are: 1) develop advanced databases containing atmospheric conditions, climate variations, and ecosystem changes in the State of Missouri, 2) produce value-added products from available weather data and disseminate the products to statewide users, 3) continuously monitor and document the climate change, and 4) apply the atmospheric research tools, e. g. , statistical analysis and evaluation and atmospheric/climate modeling, to assess and predict the climate change and its effects on regional atmospheric environment and ecosystem response.

 

 

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Montana Climate Office

The Montana Climate Office contributes to the collective understanding of the effects of climate and climate change on Montana; providing service to the people of Montana with special attention to the State's agriculture and natural resource sectors. The sole mission of the Montana Climate Office is to provide easy access to Montana climatologic services.