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.
A new CVP and MAPP funded modeling study projects changes in ocean eddy processes with future climate change to advance our understanding of coastal ecosystem and community impacts up to 2100.
A new CVP-funded modeling study shows that North Atlantic cooling is largely explained by atmospheric processes, rather than a slowdown in ocean circulation.
Modeling study funded by CVP evaluates and identifies a more accurate method to simulate atmospheric rivers and their relationships to climate variability, enabling improved predictability of related extreme precipitation events.
CVP-supported study uses linear inverse modeling to improve understanding of interactions between the Pacific ocean with other ocean basins related to ENSO variability.
AMOC Mechanisms & Decadal Predictability
Decadal Variability & Predictability
Years of Maritime Continent and PISTON Campaign
Tropical Pacific Observing System (TPOS) Process Studies Webinar Series
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Dr. Sandy Lucas
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CVP Program Specialist
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