New publications, one on CO2 outgassing and the other on ocean-air feedbacks, contribute to the pre-field modeling studies in support of Tropical Pacific Observing System (TPOS) 2020.
New CVP-funded research identifies which of several new reanalysis datasets may be the most useful for better studying and simulating the tropical intraseasonal oscillation (ISO).
New research illuminates the processes behind marine heatwaves during a time when the Atlantic is undergoing increased warming and more frequent extreme events.
CPO’s Earth System Science and Modeling Division (ESSM) research was well-represented at the American Geophysical Union’s 2021 Fall Meeting.
This study is the first to construct a detailed description of a specific ocean property—mixed layer depth—and its seasonal cycle for the Northeast U.S. continental shelf.
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