Understanding how tropical cyclone activity will be affected in the years following large volcanic eruptions will allow communities to better prepare for the consequences of an extreme event.
Dr. Tran Nguyen is an Assistant Professor at the University of California at Davis. She leads a research lab at UC Davis conducting atmospheric chemistry research, and teaches college courses on environmental chemistry. Read more about how she became a chemist and how she feels about being a woman in science.
Stratospheric ozone information is consistently measured to a high degree of accuracy and can now be used for seasonal forecasting in North America which has major applications such as informing public health and agricultural decisions.
Read our Women's History Month interview with Dr. Colette Heald, a professor at MIT, the head of the Atmospheric Chemistry and Composition Modeling Group, a PI funded by AC4, and a former NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoc.
Read our Women's History Month interview with Dr. Janet Nye, an associate professor at Stony Brook University and a co-PI on an all-female research team on MAPP's Marine Predicition Task Force.
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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