CPO’s Earth System Science and Modeling Division (ESSM) research was well-represented at the American Geophysical Union’s 2021 Fall Meeting.
New research explores long-term changes in short-term climate variability.
This new review paper presents the state of the science on tropical cyclone frequency: what we know, what remains to be figured out, and why numerical models are helping us get there.
Researchers used machine learning to quantify and correct for the uncertainties associated with satellite precipitation products, especially in the case of rainfall over mountainous regions.
A new framework helps explain why the Atlantic hurricane season is most intense, or sharp, between August and October.
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