Idaho State Climate Services

THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC Data Center, the National Weather Service, and the University of Idaho founded the Idaho State Climate Services in May 1978 to provide climate services that had formerly been supplied by a National Weather Service program. Professor Myron Molnau was instrumental in establishing the center. The State Climate Services program is housed in the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department and is headed by the state climatolo-gist for Idaho. The Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station, Idaho Cooperative Extension System of the University of Idaho, and Idaho Water Resources Research Institute support the center. The tasks of the State Climatologist and State Climate Services are to: act as liaison between Idaho weather information users and the National Climatic Data Center, keep a databank of climatological and ...

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