Ag community answers: What do you want from NSCO? July 15, 2016

The newly formed Nebraska State Climate Office has set a goal of producing usable products with the information it collects through its statewide weather network, the Nebraska Mesonet.

To see where it should put its focus first, NSCO conducted a four-week survey of agriculture industry representatives through the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension CropWatch.

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UNL Survey Asks: What Weather and Climate Information Do You Need? March 9, 2016

The new Nebraska State Climate Office is seeking input from the state’s agriculture industry—from crop and livestock producers to consultants, agribusiness, schools, and government agencies—regarding how they use climate information and what data and tools they would like to use, if developed.

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New Online CropClimate Tool Can Aid Preplant Decisions January 22, 2016

Farmers can control many variables in their operation, but they can’t control the climate, a leading factor in crop yield variability from year to year.

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Nebraska State Climate Office Staff
Nebraska State Climate Office Staff

IANR Establishes Nebraska State Climate Office January 6, 2016

The UNL Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources has established the Nebraska State Climate Office to serve as the primary source of climate information for Nebraska. Initially, the office will be focusing on identifying services, monitoring climate, and developing tools for user engagement, especially in the agriculture sector, including contributing to CropWatch.

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