Study, partially funded by COM, revisits the link between ENSO and Volcanism 18 February 2022

Study, partially funded by COM, revisits the link between ENSO and Volcanism

The study, recently published in Nature Communications, will provide insight into the sensitivity of climate models to volcanic forcings.

18 February 2022

COM-funded pre-print research on estimating ocean carbon fluxes submitted for peer review

The ocean plays a significant role in absorbing CO2. This research will help us better understand the ocean's role in climate and improve the detection of change in the ocean and atmosphere to advance NOAA's mission. 

New study utilizes machine learning to improve ocean pCO2 products for model evaluation 18 February 2022

New study utilizes machine learning to improve ocean pCO2 products for model evaluation

The COM-funded study supports NOAA's mission to understand the role of the ocean in climate and OAR's goals to detect changes in the ocean and atmosphere.

CPO’s COM Program at AMS 2022 Annual Meeting 28 January 2022

CPO’s COM Program at AMS 2022 Annual Meeting

COMs research featured prominently at the recent AMS Meeting.

New Publications on the Climate & Ecology of the California Current System 25 January 2022

New Publications on the Climate & Ecology of the California Current System

Two new publications highlight CPO’s continued support for research in the marine ecosystem risk area. 

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