CONDITION MONITORING RESOURCE PAGE
Página de Recursos para el Monitoreo de Condiciones
Please take a moment to view the "Condition Monitoring Reporting Guide"
below and then go ahead and submit a "Condition Report" on-line.
FILE A CONDITION MONITORING REPORT HERE
VIEW OBSERVER'S CONDITION MONITORING REPORTS*
*Please note that your old Drought Impact Reports are not lost. They are still
available and have been converted to Condition Monitoring Reports.
VIEW THE CONDITION MONITORING INTERACTIVE MAP
CREATE A CONDITION MONITORING SUMMARY REPORT
CONDITION MONITORING REPORTING GUIDE
View our short guide to Condition Monitoring by
clicking on the image below or download the PDF:
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View the Condition Monitoring Animation
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Forest Service Office Resources - Sign up and Reporting Instructions
USERS OF YOUR CONDITION REPORTS
NATIONAL DROUGHT MITIGATION CENTER (NDMC)
To find out more about drought and view the latest
"Drought Impact Reporter" click on the logo below:
NATIONAL INTEGRATED DROUGHT INFORMATION SYSTEM (NIDIS)
An additional resource on Drought
NOAA’s Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (now formerly known as RISA) program supports research teams that help expand and build the nation's capacity to prepare for and adapt to climate variability and change.
The Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments (CISA) team conducts applied research in North Carolina and South Carolina that incorporates climate information into water, health and coastal management and decision making.
Founded in 1976, the American Association of State Climatologists is a professional scientific organization composed of state climatologists (one per state), directors of the six Regional Climate Centers and associate members who are persons interested in the goals and activities of the Association. State Climatologists are individuals who have been identified by a state entity as the state's climatologist and who are also recognized by the Director of the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as the state climatologist of a particular state.