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the part of NOAA that maintains the world's largest active archive of weather data

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Zoo authorities write to NCDC seeking help and say measures taken to curb spread of rabies have not worked
To evaluate the MERRA air temperatures, we compared the MERRA daily Tave, Tmin, and Tmax temperatures with the corresponding values taken from NCDC GSOD files.
The NCDC requested the variance after the developer submitted a proposal which included up to 151 residential units for the mills, located along the northern end of Main Street and along the western bank of the Lamprey River.
The researchers at NCDC, part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), based in Asheville, North Carolina, analyzed data from land based and satellite instruments for their study.
The NCDC has provided support for all testing laboratories with provision of reagents and other consumables.
The NCDC coordinates these agencies' efforts and supports capacity development through trainings but does not have an operational role.
A senior NCDC official said: " Viruses change and mutate, thereby becoming immune to vaccines and treatment.
To secure efficient transmission and exchange of information electronically, the ministry has created a National Public Key Infrastructure as part of its mandate to develop the ICT sector in the country named as NCDC, he added.
Currently, only national apex institutes like NCDC, New Delhi and NIV, Pune are mandated to undertake investigations.
The highest probabilities are in northern and mountainous areas of the country," the NCDC said.
In addition, NCDC helped the co-op procure a liability insurance plan for producer members--a big draw for small-scale farmers and ranchers who want to sell to institutional buyers, such as the university.
The NCDC expects to announce the winning proposals in June.
Physicians are required by law to report all suspected cases of botulism to local epidemiologists who, in turn, are required to report to region-level epidemiologists and to NCDC.
The NCDC team analyzed data from more than 5,000 land stations and from water temperature readings collected by satellite sensors, buoys, and ships.
NCDC produces numerous climate publications and responds to data requests from all over the world.