New publications, one on CO2 outgassing and the other on ocean-air feedbacks, contribute to the pre-field modeling studies in support of Tropical Pacific Observing System (TPOS) 2020.
Methane emissions trends for North America may be higher than reported by national inventories, primarily due to underestimation in emissions from the oil sector.
Two new publications highlight CPO’s continued support for research in the marine ecosystem risk area.
A newly developed climatology dataset could help construct seasonal cycles for the northern California Current system off the coast of Newport, Oregon.
Researchers are studying whether tropical storms can help mitigate drought conditions in affected regions of the United States.
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