• Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps on the steps of the Court of Honor

    American Memorial

    Park Northern Mariana Islands


Weather Station

As a part of the National Park Service nationwide effort to implement long-term climate monitoring, the National Park Service in cooperation with the Western Regional Climate Center erected a weather station at American Memorial Park. David Simeral of the Western Regional Climate Center and Ranger Justin Mills along with American Memorial Park staff began installation of the weather station on February 25, 2014. The weather station is operated under the Inventory and Monitoring program and data from the station is maintained by the Western Regional Climate Center under the Desert Research Institute. Data is collected 24 hours a day, updated every 10 minutes, and available for viewing on the following website: www.wrcc.dri.edu/weather/amme.html

Weather Station at American Memorial Park

American Memorial Park Weather Station




Additional Research

Mangrove Wetland

Visit the Pacific Islands Network page to learn about the Inventory and Monitoring at American Memorial Park. Scientists collect and review data on plant communities, water quality, groundwater dynamics, established invasive plants and climate.

Did You Know?

Photo courtesy of Harry S. Truman National Historic Site

At the end of war, President Harry S. Truman provided these words to the people of Japan, "As we approach the peace table, let us be free of malice and hate to the end that from here on there shall be neither victors nor vanquished among us, but only equal partners in the partnership of peace."