A new COM-funded Arctic sea ice study improves predictions of sea ice freeze-up and break-up in coastal regions by identifying local indicators.
New study funded by COM improves the understanding of oceanic drivers of the 2014-2016 heat wave on the US West Coast.
A new COM-funded study uses long-term datasets to characterize and improve predictability of agricultural water withdrawal across the contiguous US.
Postdoctoral researcher Mathilde Dugenne will give a presentation on a COM-funded project to develop a global database to help understand and predict pelagic ecosystem health at the 4th Marine Imaging Workshop.
A new review article, partially funded by the Climate Program Office’s Climate Observations and Monitoring (COM) program, provides a comprehensive adaptable framework to characterize nearshore dynamics to improve the understanding and management of coastal resources.
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