A new review paper describes how MAPP-funded and organized work has contributed to recent progress in understanding tropical cyclones.
The MAPP-funded study finds that ENSO, PDO, and other sources of abnormal sea surface temperatures serve as predictors for U.S. seasonal mean precipitation and that these sources change seasonally and decadally.
A new study shows significant potential in using atmospheric patterns to forecast coastal flooding that occurs without rainfall during high tides.
Columbia University highlights Mingfang Ting, James Kossin (NOAA NCEI), Cuihua Li, and Suzana Camargo's new hurricane intensity study, supported by NOAA Research's Modeling, Analysis, Predictions, and Projections Program (MAPP) Program,
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