Upcoming Events

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Resilient Colorado : Natural Hazards Education for the Science Classroom (Virtual)
- PD Workshop

In this 2-credit virtual course, we invite rural Colorado secondary earth and environmental science teachers to learn a new place-based, NGSS aligned science curriculum on natural hazards.

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How do landscapes recover after a wildfire?
The Future of Forests Curriculum Workshop - June 22-23, 2021
- PD Workshop

As wildfires continue to ravage the west, burning more and more of the landscape, many are left wondering, how will these fire-affected forests will recover?

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Arctic Feedbacks Curriculum Workshop
- PD Workshop

Inspired by the 2019-2020 MOSAiC Arctic research expedition, the Arctic Feedbacks curriculum challenges students to explore the climate system to model and explain why the Arctic might be warming twice as fast as the rest of the world, a phenomenon known as Arctic amplification.  

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Braiding your River: CIRES Career Development Series
- PD Workshop

Building a Meaningful Support Network with Christine Wiedinmyer (CIRES Associate Director of Science, Earth Science Women’s Network (ESWN) leadership) from 12pm to 1pm. 

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How do landscapes recover after a wildfire?
The Future of Forests Curriculum Workshop - July 27-28, 2021
- PD Workshop

As wildfires continue to ravage the west, burning more and more of the landscape, many are left wondering, how will these fire-affected forests will recover?

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Summer Institute for Climate Change Education: A Regrounding in Truth
- Course/Class

This July, educators from across the nation are coming together virtually to gain new skills for teaching climate change. We’d love to have you join us.  

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Changing Arctic Ecosystem
- PD Workshop

Rising global temperatures and declining sea ice has likely impacted the Arctic ecosystem in ways that are not currently well understood.

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CIRES’ original and continuing purpose is to support NOAA’s mission by facilitating the following Centers and Programs

Centers
Center for Limnology
Earth Science and Observation Center
Center for Microbial Exploration
National Snow and Ice Data Center
Programs
Earth Lab
Western Water Assessment
Geomagnetism
Coastal DEMs