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Carbon Cycle Science Program   
The Carbon Cycle Science Program was established by the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) to provide critical unbiased scientific information on the fate of carbon dioxide in the environment to contribute to the ongoing public dialogue. The Program provides the scientific foundation for estimating the capacity of the land and the ocean to sequester and store the considerable quantities of carbon dioxide anticipated from human activities in the future. The website provides information about current research activities, funding opportunities, meetings & workshops and access to online publications.
 
 
Committee on Environment and Natural Resources (CENR)  
The Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Research (CENR) of the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC), is the parent organization of the Subcommittee on Global Change Research (SGCR). It is the SGCR that coordinates the activities of the USGCRP. The purpose of the CENR is to advise and assist the NSTC to increase the overall effectiveness and productivity of Federal R&D efforts in the area of the environment and natural resources. The CENR will address science policy matters and R&D efforts that cut across boundaries and provide a formal mechanism for interagency coordination relevant to domestic and international environmental and natural resources issues.
 
 
Global Change Data and Information System (GCDIS)   
The U.S. Global Change Data and
Information System (GCDIS) is a collection of distributed information
systems operated by government agencies involved in global change
research.
 
 
Our Changing Planet - The FY 1995 US Global Change Research Program  1994
An annual report by the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Research (CENR) of the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC). Our Changing Planet describes the US Global Change Research Program for FY 1995. Federal Agency activities and funding levels are presented.
 
 
Our Changing Planet - The FY 1996 US Global Change Research Program  1995
An annual report by the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Research (CENR) of the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC). Our Changing Planet describes the US Global Change Research Program for FY 1996. Federal Agency activities and funding levels are presented.
 
 
Our Changing Planet - The FY 1997 US Global Change Research Program  1996
An annual report by the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources (CENR) of the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC). Our Changing Planet describes the US Global Change Research Program for FY 1997. Federal Agency activities and funding levels are presented.
 
 
Our Changing Planet - The FY 1998 US Global Change Research Program  1997
An annual report by the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources (CENR) of the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC). Our Changing Planet describes the US Global Change Research Program for FY 1998. Federal Agency activities and funding levels are presented.
 
 
Our Changing Planet - The FY 1999 US Global Change Research Program  1998
An annual report by the Subcommittee on Global Change Research, Committee on Environment and Natural Resources of the National Science and Technology Council. Our Changing Planet describes the US Global Change Research Program for FY 1999. Federal Agency activities and funding levels are presented.
 
 
Our Changing Planet - The FY 2000 US Global Change Research Program  1999
Our Changing Planet: The FY 2000 US Global Change Research Program is a report to Congress supplementing the President's FY 2000 budget, pursuant to the Global Change Research Act of 1990. The report describes the US Global Change Research Program (USGCRP); outlines a perspective for global change research in the decade ahead and the changing vision for the research agenda; presents an implementation plan for the USGCRP in FY 2000, with a discussion of each of the Program Elements; outlines a FY 2000 initiative in Carbon Cycle Science; summarizes key USGCRP accomplishments in 1998; and provides a detailed view of the FY 2000 USGCRP budget, including FY 2000 program components and program highlights by agency.
 
 
Our Changing Planet - The FY 2001 US Global Change Research Program  2000
An annual report by the Subcommittee on Global Change Research, Committee on Environment and Natural Resources of the National Science and Technology Council. Our Changing Planet describes the US Global Change Research Program for FY 2001. Federal Agency activities and funding levels are presented. A printed copy of this publication can be obtained without charge by submitting a request to GCRIO (see contact information at bottom of page); or by using our on-line document request form.
 
 
Our Changing Planet - The FY 2002 US Global Change Research Program  2001
An annual report by the Subcommittee on Global Change Research, Committee on Environment and Natural Resources of the National Science and Technology Council. Our Changing Planet describes the US Global Change Research Program for FY 2002. Federal Agency activities and funding levels are presented. A printed copy of this publication can be obtained without charge by submitting a request to GCRIO (see contact information at bottom of page); or by using our on-line document request form.
 
 
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U.S. Global Change Research Program Homepage   
The USGCRP coordinates the research of the Federal departments and agencies with active global change programs and provides liaison with the Executive Office of the President. The website provides information concerning the program, detailing the topics of greatest interest to the USGCRP, and provides links to agency websites, programs, projects, research and major climate change assessments.
 
 
USGCRP Management Structure   
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