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.
Recent successful NOAA AGES workshop, sponsored by AC4 and ERB, focused on coordinating field measurements of urban and marine atmospheric composition across numerous field campaigns for summer 2023.
CPO employees Ariela Zycherman and Morgan Zabow will present at NOAA’s third Equity in Action Symposium to discuss environmental justice and equity efforts across NOAA and the ways in which RISA and NIHHIS contribute to the President’s Justice40 Initiative.
NIDIS launched this feature in direct response to the NIDIS Tribal Drought Engagement Strategy, which was developed in close consultation with 22 tribal natural resource managers.
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Dr. Sandy Lucas
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