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Updated 16 November 2007

The U.S. Climate Change Science Program
for Fiscal Year 2008

A Report by the Climate Change Science Program and
The Subcommittee on Global Change Research
A Supplement to the President's Fiscal Year 2008 Budget


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The hardcopy version of this report is available free of charge from the GCRIO Online Catalog

Additional program budget information

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Appendix B:
Budget Tables

The Climate Change Science Program (CCSP) integrates federally supported research on global change and climate change, as conducted by 13 U.S. Government departments and agencies:

The CCSP incorporates and integrates the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) with the Administrationís U.S. Climate Change Research Initiative (CCRI). CCSP budget requests are coordinated through interagency research working groups and other mechanisms, but ultimate budget accountability resides with the participating departments and agencies. As a result of its interagency composition, activities of CCSP participating agencies are funded by Congress through nine of the 13 annual Appropriations bills.

The following tables summarize the CCSP budget (Note: In addition to being separately available as listed, all of the tables below are available as a single PDF):

  • Table 1 [also available: PDF] and Table 2 [also available: PDF] show the CCSP FY 2006-2008 budget aligned by CCSP goal.
  • Table 3 shows the CCSP FY 2006-2008 budget by agency, with USGCRP and CCRI budgets listed separately and also combined in a single CCSP total [also available: PDF].
  • Table 4 shows the USGCRP FY 2006-2008 budget by CCSP research element.[also available: PDF]
  • Table 5 shows the FY 2006-2008 CCRI budget.[also available: PDF]
  • Subsequent tables show, for each CCSP participating agency, the FY 2006-2008 budget for both USGCRP and CCRI activities.
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