Climate Program Office News

Multi-Decade-Long Drought in Hawaii and Connectivity Between NOAA’s Climate and Weather Missions 27 September 2022

Multi-Decade-Long Drought in Hawaii and Connectivity Between NOAA’s Climate and Weather Missions

MAPP-funded study investigates the causes of a recent multi-year period of drought in Hawaii. 

What Caused The Summer 2020 to Spring 2021 Drought in Southwestern North America? 26 September 2022

What Caused The Summer 2020 to Spring 2021 Drought in Southwestern North America?

MAPP and NIDIS-funded research examines what caused the Summer 2020 to Spring 2021 Drought in Southwestern North America.

MAPP-NIDIS Research Focuses on Drought in Northeast 1 September 2022

MAPP-NIDIS Research Focuses on Drought in Northeast

While much of the drought community’s focus is currently on events in the central and western U.S. There is also an ongoing drought event in the Northeast United States.

FY23 MAPP Competitions Announced 24 August 2022

FY23 MAPP Competitions Announced

In FY23, MAPP is offering two funding opportunities. Click here to find out more and watch a video from the MAPP team.

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