Earth System Science and Modeling

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CPO's Earth System Science and Modeling (ESSM) division supports a unique and highly flexible climate research enterprise to improve scientific understanding of climate variability and change. The ESSM Division comprises three programs: Climate Variability & Predictability (CVP), Modeling, Analysis, Predictions, and Projections (MAPP), and Atmospheric Chemistry, Carbon Cycle, & Climate (AC4).

ESSM News

NOAA organizes first agency-wide event to advance its modeling enterprise 28 August 2018

NOAA organizes first agency-wide event to advance its modeling enterprise

An upcoming agency-wide General Modeling Meeting and Fair serves as an important milestone in bringing together the modeling community to build on NOAA's recent efforts to improve its models of our changing environment. 

MAPP Newsletter: Summer 2018 Issue 10 August 2018

MAPP Newsletter: Summer 2018 Issue

See what's been happening in the MAPP community!

Check out research and program highlights, as well as MAPP Task Force updates.

Climate Program Office FY 2019 Announcement 8 August 2018

Climate Program Office FY 2019 Announcement

CPO supports competitive research through three major program areas: Earth System Science and Modeling (ESSM); Climate and Societal Interactions (CSI) and Communication, Education and Engagement (CEE). Through this Announcement, CPO’s is seeking applications for 10 individual competitions in FY 2019.

Programs: AC4, CVP, MAPP, SARP, COCA/SARP, COCA and CEE

LOIs Deadline: September 10, 2018 | Full Proposals Deadline: November 20, 2018

Deadline Extensions for NOAA General Modeling Meeting and Fair 31 July 2018

Deadline Extensions for NOAA General Modeling Meeting and Fair

The deadline to submit an abstract and sign up for a modeling tutorial is now August 8th.

There is still time to get engaged in the upcoming NOAA General Modeling Meeting and Fair, September 10-12! August 8th is now the deadline to submit an abstract and sign-up for a modeling tutorial. Registration will remain open until August 31st (August 10th for Foreign Nationals). 

When noise becomes signal 27 July 2018

When noise becomes signal

Unusual California Precipitation Over Last Two Winters Could Have Been Predicted

A new study shows that though seasonal forecasts failed to predict the unusual California preciptation during the winters of 2015-16 and 2016-17, forecasts issued a month ahead -- within the subseasonal timescale and much further ahead than a normal weather forecast -- could have accurately predicted the abnormal winter rain. 

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Contact the ESSM Division Chief


Chief, Earth System Science and Modeling Division

P: 301-734-1185
E: jin.huang@noaa.gov

Contact

Dr. Annarita Mariotti
MAPP Program Director
P: 301-734-1237
E: annarita.mariotti@noaa.gov

Dr. Daniel Barrie
MAPP Program Manager
P: 301-734-1256
E: daniel.barrie@noaa.gov

Alison Stevens*
MAPP Program Specialist
P: 301-734-1218
E: alison.stevens@noaa.gov

Emily Read*
MAPP Program Assistant
P: 301-734-1257
E: emily.read@noaa.gov

Contact

Dr. Daniel Barrie
MAPP Program Manager
P: 301-734-1256
E: daniel.barrie@noaa.gov

Alison Stevens*
MAPP Program Specialist
P: 301-734-1218
E: alison.stevens@noaa.gov

Contact

Dr. Sandy Lucas
CVP Program Manager
P: 301-734-1253
E: sandy.lucas@noaa.gov


Contact

Dr. Ken Mooney
Program Manager, Atmospheric Chemistry, Carbon Cycle, & Climate (AC4)
P: (301) 734-1242
F: (301) 713-0517
E: kenneth.mooney@noaa.gov

Dr. Monika Kopacz (UCAR)
Program manager, Atmospheric Chemistry, Carbon Cycle and Climate (AC4)
P: (301) 734-1208
E: monika.kopacz@noaa.gov

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