WE-CAN Field Campaign Data Helps Estimate Wildland Firefighter Smoke Exposure 31 August 2021

WE-CAN Field Campaign Data Helps Estimate Wildland Firefighter Smoke Exposure

Data from a US Forest Service campaign and the WE-CAN field campaign combine to estimate emission and exposure information for wildland firefighters.

New Research Helps Crack the Mystery of Clouds to Improve Climate Prediction 25 August 2021

New Research Helps Crack the Mystery of Clouds to Improve Climate Prediction

A special issue of the open access journal Earth System Science Data features an in-depth look at the science behind NOAA's ATOMIC campaign. CPO's Climate Variability and Predictability (CVP) program was a major sponsor for the campaign. 

How Much Snowpack in the Colorado River Basin Comes from Atmospheric Rivers? 24 August 2021

How Much Snowpack in the Colorado River Basin Comes from Atmospheric Rivers?

Since the Colorado River is the southwest United States’ most important surface water source, the findings have important implications for managing this resource in the face of a warming climate

CPO-funded Scientist Receives AMS Meisinger Award 24 August 2021

CPO-funded Scientist Receives AMS Meisinger Award

CPO-funded scientist Dr. Isla Simpson recently received The Clarence Leroy Meisinger Award from the American Meteorological Society (AMS).

Alaska RISA Team Members to Lead Arctic Climate Change Course 24 August 2021

Alaska RISA Team Members to Lead Arctic Climate Change Course

“Climate Change in Arctic Environments” will develop participants’ general understanding of climate change in the circumpolar arctic by investigating atmospheric systems, marine systems, terrestrial systems, and human systems.

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