Mountain Range Representation Could Reduce Biases in Global Climate Models, Study Says 22 June 2021

Mountain Range Representation Could Reduce Biases in Global Climate Models, Study Says

Better representation of mountain range heights could help reduce biases in how global climate models simulate important atmospheric and climate processes.

Can Machine Learning Improve Tropical Cyclone Forecasts? 16 June 2021

Can Machine Learning Improve Tropical Cyclone Forecasts?

Recent research showcases how machine learning methods can help reduce errors in tropical cyclone intensity forecasts to prevent damages and loss of life.

Millenia-long Temperature Dataset Reconstructed Using Tree Rings 3 June 2021

Millenia-long Temperature Dataset Reconstructed Using Tree Rings

This COM-funded study developed an improved paelo-temperature reconstruction dataset for the Northern Hemisphere using tree ring proxy data. 

New Global Storm Surge Reconstructions Database Draws on CPO Investments in 20th Century Reanalysis Project 18 May 2021

New Global Storm Surge Reconstructions Database Draws on CPO Investments in 20th Century Reanalysis Project

New research highlights the application of reanalysis products, including the 20th Century Reanalysis Project (20CRv3), to understanding coastal hazards in a changing climate. 

New Technique for Creating Long-term Wind Indices Shows Broad Applications 11 May 2021

New Technique for Creating Long-term Wind Indices Shows Broad Applications

Researchers funded by CPO’s Climate Observations and Modeling (COM) program use a new method of climate index development to demonstrate the creation of directional wind indices and their potential application.

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