CPO-supported publication highlights the importance of interdisciplinary research for improving regional models of relative sea level change 27 July 2015

CPO-supported publication highlights the importance of interdisciplinary research for improving regional models of relative sea level change

New research synthesis supported by NOAA’s Climate Program Office has been published in Current Climate Change Reports. The paper by Kopp et al., "Geographic Variability of Sea-Level Change" summarizes the myriad components and processes of the earth system - both geological and climatological - that contribute to regional relative sea level.

 Improving model representation of glacial isostatic adjustment for better sea level predictions 23 March 2015

Improving model representation of glacial isostatic adjustment for better sea level predictions

Research supported by NOAA's Climate Program Office, "Glacial isostatic adjustment, relative sea level history and mantle viscosity: reconciling relative sea level model predictions for the U.S. East coast with geological constraints," was accepted for publication in Geophysical Journal International on Feb. 9, 2015.

NOAA and CIRES scientists, collaborators improve climate data access 19 March 2014

NOAA and CIRES scientists, collaborators improve climate data access

With funding from NOAA’s Climate Program Office, Rood and colleagues, including lead developer Ben Koziol, a CIRES researcher in NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratory, have built an open source Python package, OpenClimateGIS, that aids users in the interpretation of climate data.

Review of wave intensity over 60 years shows strong links to multi-decadal cycles 19 February 2014

Review of wave intensity over 60 years shows strong links to multi-decadal cycles

A study partially funded by COD and RISA provides a new perspective on how the intensity of waves across the north Pacific Ocean has varied over the last half-century.

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