A comparative analysis of CMIP6 models and their representation of wind-turning reveals underestimation across the board, in a new Climate Process Team study supported by CVP.
Recent modeling study supported by CVP uses an energy flux focus to better understand remote influences on tropical precipitation predictions through 2100.
A recent study funded by CVP identifies a salinity build up in the South Atlantic and provides modeling and observational evidence to link this trend with a weakening of the AMOC since the 1908’s.
A new modeling study funded by CVP shows that tropical Pacific climate predictions from the annual to decadal scales are more strongly linked to internal climate signals than volcanic activity when eruptions are occurring.
This workshop, organized by the COM- and CVP-supported Sea Ice Modeling Collaboration Team, will work toward collaboration in model development, evaluation, applications, and advancements.
Americans’ health, security and economic wellbeing are tied to climate and weather. Every day, we see communities grappling with environmental challenges due to unusual or extreme events related to climate and weather.
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