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November 2022

Join us at AGU for the NOAA GeoXO Atmospheric Composition Town Hall on Thursday, December 15th!

This AGU 2022 Town Hall session will provide an overview of GeoXO’s recommended AC capabilities and give a status update on the planning process leading up to the expected launch in early 2030s.

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C&GC Fellow Katherine Siegel to present in December 6 Webinar: Wildfire in working landscapes

This webinar is part of a series spotlighting NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellows and will feature current fellow and interdisciplinary scientist Dr. Katherine Siegel discussing relationships between land management, climate change, and wildfire in forests and rangelands in the western US.

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CPO’s Adaptation Sciences International Programs and Partnerships Featured in White House Announcements at COP27

Last year, the U.S. launched the President’s Emergency Plan for Adaptation and Resilience, or PREPARE. NOAA’s contributions to the PREPARE initiative were highlighted at the recent COP27 in Egypt.

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New Study Discovers a Key Model Improvement to Accurately Represent Atmospheric Aerosols

An AC4-funded research study finds model bias related to aerosol concentrations compared to global aircraft field data, and corrects the bias using improved precipitation representation.

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Credit: PBS NC's State of Change

Carolinas CAP/RISA Researchers Featured in PBS NC’s State of Change Series

Carolinas CAP/RISA researchers were featured prominently in PBS NC’s State of Change series for their research on urban heat and sunny day flooding in North Carolina communities.

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Climate Program Office staff contribute to new report on Nature-Based Solutions published for the National Climate Task Force

The Biden-Harris Administration released the Nature-Based Solutions Roadmap, an outline of strategic recommendations to put America on a path that will unlock the full potential of nature-based solutions to address climate change, nature loss, and inequity. This marks the first time the U.S. has developed a strategy to scale up nature-based solutions.

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ATOMIC Field Campaign Observations Used to Improve Understanding of Small Scale Air-Sea Fluxes

CVP-funded research uses observations from the ATOMIC field campaign to improve the understanding and emphasize the importance of small scale air-sea fluxes in the tropical Atlantic.

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