Indian Ocean Dipole leads to Atlantic Niño 27 October 2021

Indian Ocean Dipole leads to Atlantic Niño

New research suggests that the Indian Ocean plays a more important role in affecting year-to-year climate variability than previously thought.

Climate Process Team Delivers Ocean Component of NOAA Climate Forecast System Improvements 27 October 2021

Climate Process Team Delivers Ocean Component of NOAA Climate Forecast System Improvements

Climate Process Team helps increase the skill of MJO prediction by NOAA’s Climate Forecast System.

New Results from NOAA’s ATOMIC Campaign Recreate the Growth of Shallow Clouds into Clusters 20 October 2021

New Results from NOAA’s ATOMIC Campaign Recreate the Growth of Shallow Clouds into Clusters

ATOMIC field campaign data leads to new insights into the relationship between trade winds and shallow convective clouds.

Using Global-Scale Earth System Models for Regional Fisheries Applications 12 October 2021

Using Global-Scale Earth System Models for Regional Fisheries Applications

New research highlights the key structural differences among the most recent generation of earth system models that matter most to regional fisheries end users.

Research Presents New Links Between Major Climate Patterns in the Tropical Pacific and Indian Oceans 21 September 2021

Research Presents New Links Between Major Climate Patterns in the Tropical Pacific and Indian Oceans

Collaborative research presents a new mechanism for diverse interactions between the Indian Ocean Dipole and the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO).

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