Friday, April 28, 2017

National Drought Mitigation Center

Drought Risk Management Research Center

Mission Statement

The Drought Risk Management Research Center, a partnership between NOAA’s National Integrated Drought Information System and the National Drought Mitigation Center, provides innovations in research and information delivery to improve drought risk management and resilience across the United States. The DRMRC will develop better information delivery tools and enhanced capacity for planning for long-term drought resilience. Regions and sectors will have increased capacity to plan, adapt, change, and recover in the face of drought conditions and water stresses.

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DRMRC announced, June 2015

NOAA’s new drought center builds on National Drought Mitigation Center, press release, June 25, 2015

facilitated meeting
Nancy Myers, left, UNL organizational development, and Tonya Haigh, right, DRMRC project manager, facilitated discussion during a meeting in December 2015 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Representatives from the National Integrated Drought Information System and from NOAA’s Climate Program Office joined NDMC leaders to develop the Center’s mission, brand, and priorities.

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