NOAA Climate Program Office Scientists Receive Two Awards 9 November 2018

NOAA Climate Program Office Scientists Receive Two Awards

NOAA’s Climate Program Office (CPO) recognized two individuals for their outstanding work on October 31, 2018. Chelsea Combest-Friedman received the Outstanding Employee Award, and Claudia Nierenberg was presented with this year’s Silver Sherman Award.

NOAA soliciting author nominations and technical inputs for Fourth National Climate Assessment 14 September 2016

NOAA soliciting author nominations and technical inputs for Fourth National Climate Assessment

Development of the Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4) is underway, and on behalf of the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP), NOAA is soliciting nominations for authors and technical inputs.

The value of wind data for linear Madden-Julian oscillation prediction 13 June 2016

The value of wind data for linear Madden-Julian oscillation prediction

CPO-funded research examined the role of wind data for prediction of the Madden-Julian Oscillation. 

New report provides insights for stormwater management in response to climate change 20 May 2016

New report provides insights for stormwater management in response to climate change

A new EPA-NOAA report identifies strategies for climate change adaptation in stormwater management at local levels.  

The evolution of the in situ global ocean observing system for climate 1 June 2015

The evolution of the in situ global ocean observing system for climate

A paper in the Marine Technology Society Journal, authored by Stephen R. Piotrowicz and David Legler of CPO’s Climate Observation Division (COD), summarizes key ocean observation systems: the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) and the Arctic Observing Network.  
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