Modeling regional aerosol variability over California and its sensitivity to emissions and long-range transport during the 2010 CalNex and CARES campaigns 22 September 2014

Modeling regional aerosol variability over California and its sensitivity to emissions and long-range transport during the 2010 CalNex and CARES campaigns

A new paper: “Modeling regional aerosol variability over California and its sensitivity to emissions and long-range transport during the 2010 CalNex and CARES campaigns,” has been published in the Journal for Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. CalNex (the California Nexus, Research at the Nexus of Air Quality and Climate Change) is a 2010 field program funded by state of California and the Climate Program Office's Atmospheric Chemistry, Carbon Cycle, & Climate (AC4) program.

Observational evidence for interhemispheric hydroxyl parity 11 September 2014

Observational evidence for interhemispheric hydroxyl parity

New research titled: “Observational evidence for interhemispheric hydorxyl parity,” appeared in the Sept. 11 issue of Nature.  The research, which is about the abundance of the hydroxyl radical on hemispheric scales,  is partially funded by CPO’s AC-4 program.
Article highlighting Teaching Climate/CLEAN Collection makes front page of AGU’s EOS publication 10 September 2014

Article highlighting Teaching Climate/CLEAN Collection makes front page of AGU’s EOS publication

The article “Enabling Climate and Energy Literacy: A Shared Effort” about the CLEAN collection (featured on NOAA’s Climate.gov Portal) made the front page of the September issue of the American Geophysical Union’s EOS publication.
NOAA joins with Princeton and other institutions in six-year study to help public better understand Southern Ocean 10 September 2014

NOAA joins with Princeton and other institutions in six-year study to help public better understand Southern Ocean

Princeton University, NOAA and eight other partner institutions are partnering on a six-year SOCCOM initiative. The U.S. Argo program, led by CPO's Steven Piotrowicz, will play a major role in the project.

CarbonTracker-CH4: An assimilation system for estimating emissions of atmospheric methane 1 September 2014

CarbonTracker-CH4: An assimilation system for estimating emissions of atmospheric methane

CarbonTracker methane, an off-shoot of NOAA's highly successful CarbonTracker, which was partially funded by CPO's AC4 program, has earned peer-reviewed status with a recent paper in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.

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