Depleting water resources in the Tigris–Euphrates river basin is primarily driven by interannual drought and plant transpiration processes, with additional impact from decadal scale declining rainfall, according to the results of a new COM-funded modeling study.
New COM-supported research produces the first detailed dataset of foram species variations in the Northern California Current during marine heat wave events.
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.
Significant improvements in ocean acidification data and projections through 2100 are published in a new data product supported by a collaborative initiative between COM, CVP, and GOMO.
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
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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