More than two decades of oceanographic and meteorological data shedding light on upwelling processes off the coast of Oregon is compiled and made public for the first time by an Oregon State University team of scientists supported by a COM-MAPP-CSI collaboration
A recent study with contributions from both COM- and MAPP- supported researchers improves the representation of tropical cyclone formation and longer term projection in global climate models.
A new CVP- and MAPP- supported study published in Science Advances provides a new understanding of how tropical storm systems can be represented in climate models.
A new CVP and MAPP funded modeling study projects changes in ocean eddy processes with future climate change to advance our understanding of coastal ecosystem and community impacts up to 2100.
Throughout August CPO programs have hosted, and will host, Q&A sessions with interested applicants. These sessions are available online to register or view recordings.
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