Climate Science and Applications Program

Mary Hayden, NCAR scientist and co-author of Colorado Climate Change Vulnerability Study

Co-Author of Colorado Climate Change Vulnerability Study

RAL Scientist Lead Editor on New Water Book

Joint Department of Agriculture/NCAR Report on Climate and Food Security Wildly Successful

Climate Change, Global Food Security, and the U.S. Food System

NCAR hosting workshop on vector-borne diseases related to climate

NCAR hosting workshop on vector-borne diseases related to climate

Mapping and Modeling Weather and Climate with GIS

About CSAP

Improving Societal Welfare in the Context of Changing Weather and Climate

The Climate Science and Application Program (CSAP) carries out interdisciplinary research on social, economic, and health activities related to climate and weather at local, regional and global scales. CSAP research areas include natural resource governance, dynamics of urban systems, weather climate and health, GIS and regional climate for adaptation.   CSAP scientists address adaptation to climate change by generating scenarios of projected climate change, developing scientific tools and methods for analyzing current and future vulnerability, and conducting integrated analyses of climate change impacts and adaptation.  An important component of this program is the integration of decision-makers and users of climate information into CSAP's societal research activities.

CSAP Solutions

NCAR's custom outlooks provide guidance to large-scale immunization program

As health officials in Africa determine how best to distribute vaccine supplies to immunize tens of millions of residents against... more

CSAP Contacts