Climate Change 101: U.S. Observation Networks

There are two primary networks for surface observations in the United States. The Cooperative Observer Program (COOP) Established in 1890, the COOP is the largest and oldest official network in the U.S. with 11,000 volunteers recording and submitting observations across the country. Instruments are provided by the National Weather Service. Records include max/min temperature, liquid …

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