Jim Bridenstine: Person DB Profile: All Organizations

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This page lists all organizations mentioned in articles mentioning Jim Bridenstine relating to Climate Change. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the Jim Bridenstine Person DB Profile.

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Technology Committee   28.57% (16)
National Oceanic   19.64% (11)
National Weather Service   12.50% (7)
Commerce Committee   7.14% (4)
House Science Committee   7.14% (4)
National Climatic Data Center   5.36% (3)
Us Global Change Research Program   5.36% (3)
University Of Washington   5.36% (3)
Committee On Earth Observing Satellites   3.57% (2)
World Meteorological Organization   3.57% (2)
University Of Rhode Island   3.57% (2)
Georgetown University   3.57% (2)
National Climatic Data Center Tom Karl   3.57% (2)
Office Of Atmospheric   3.57% (2)
University Corporation For Atmospheric Research   3.57% (2)
Agriculture Department   3.57% (2)
Climate Research   3.57% (2)
Oklahoma National Guard   3.57% (2)
Oceanic Research   3.57% (2)
Defense Department   3.57% (2)
Global Weather Corporation In Boulder   3.57% (2)
Emergency Management Agency   3.57% (2)
European Union   3.57% (2)
Heritage Foundation   3.57% (2)
National Association Of Regulatory Utility Commissioners   1.79% (1)
Google   1.79% (1)
Office Of Oceanic   1.79% (1)
University Of Tulsa   1.79% (1)
Department Of Defense   1.79% (1)
Development At Securing America   1.79% (1)
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