New Results from NOAA’s ATOMIC Campaign Recreate the Growth of Shallow Clouds into Clusters 20 October 2021

New Results from NOAA’s ATOMIC Campaign Recreate the Growth of Shallow Clouds into Clusters

ATOMIC field campaign data leads to new insights into the relationship between trade winds and shallow convective clouds.

Upcoming NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship Application Q&A Session 18 October 2021

Upcoming NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship Application Q&A Session

Questions about the NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship application process? Join the Q&A Session on Friday, October 22, 2022 (10-11AM MDT).

Using Global-Scale Earth System Models for Regional Fisheries Applications 12 October 2021

Using Global-Scale Earth System Models for Regional Fisheries Applications

New research highlights the key structural differences among the most recent generation of earth system models that matter most to regional fisheries end users.

WE-CAN Campaign Data Explores Chemical Evolution in Wildfire Plumes 30 September 2021

WE-CAN Campaign Data Explores Chemical Evolution in Wildfire Plumes

Modeling experiments and field campaign data shine a light on the factors determining chemical evolution in wildfire plumes.

New NOAA Report: Exceptional Southwest Drought Exacerbated by Human-Caused Warming 29 September 2021

New NOAA Report: Exceptional Southwest Drought Exacerbated by Human-Caused Warming

According to the report, the drought caused roughly $11.4–$23 billion in economic losses in 2020—including impacts from associated wildfires. Economic losses for 2021 will also be substantial, and the drought is expected to continue at least into next year.

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