Water Resources Dashboard: November Webinar Recordings 19 December 2017

Water Resources Dashboard: November Webinar Recordings

Missed November's webinars? Watch them here.
Report of El Niño 2015 Conference Released 1 April 2016

Report of El Niño 2015 Conference Released

A multimedia report is now available for the 2015 El Niño Conference held November 17-18, 2015 in Palisades, NY. NOAA's Climate Program Office co-sponsored this conference, in partnership with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) and the US Agency for International Development (USAID).

Different Control of Tropical Cyclone Activity in the Eastern Pacific for Two Types of El Niño 1 March 2016

Different Control of Tropical Cyclone Activity in the Eastern Pacific for Two Types of El Niño

Newly published research in Geophysical Research Letters by Boucharel et al.--and supported by CPO's Climate Variability and Predictability program--seeks to understand these modes of expression, or "flavors," of El Niño, and their influence on tropical cyclones.

NOAA Climate.gov unveils new El Niño Southern Oscillation webpage 17 February 2016

NOAA Climate.gov unveils new El Niño Southern Oscillation webpage

Earlier this month, NOAA Climate.gov and the Climate Program Office Communications and Education (CommEd) team unveiled a new webpage to track El Niño and La Niña events: www.climate.gov/ENSO.

COD Contributes to two new “Ocean Today” kiosk videos 22 January 2016

COD Contributes to two new “Ocean Today” kiosk videos

CPO's Climate Observation Division contributed to two new Ocean Today kiosk videos: "El Niño and La Niña Explained" and "Observing El Niño."

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