**Some programs are limited. Please read solicitations carefully and consult your Office of Research for specifics, such as limited applications through your university and internal application deadlines.**

The National Integrated Heat Health Information System (NIHHIS), in partnership with Climate Adaptation Planning and Analytics (CAPA) Strategies, is now accepting applications for the 2023 NIHHIS-CAPA Urban Heat Island mapping campaigns. Over the past six years, NOAA (Office of Education, Climate Program Office, National Integrated Heat Health Information System (NIHHIS)) has funded CAPA Heat Watch to support 60+ communities across the United States in mapping their urban heat islands (UHI).

CAPA Strategies has developed a process to help cities plan and execute a volunteer-based community science field campaign that builds upon local partnerships, engages residents in a scientific study to map and understand how heat is distributed in their communities, and produces high-quality outputs that have been used in city sustainability plans, public health practices, urban forestry, research projects, and other engagement activities. The final product of the community science field campaigns is a set of high resolution air temperature and humidity data, and a report by CAPA Strategies that provides a detailed analysis of distribution of heat in the morning, afternoon and evening.

Pending the availability of funds for FY23 (see FAQ for more details), and the amount of matching funds provided by communities, we anticipate being able to support campaigns in 5 to 10 communities.

Application Deadline: December 16, 2022

Announcementhttps://www.heat.gov/pages/nihhis-capa-urban-heat-island-mapping-campaign-application