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CPO’s Marine Ecosystems Climate Risk Team (MERT) Leads Session At International Marine Protected Areas Congress 5 3 February 2023

CPO’s Marine Ecosystems Climate Risk Team (MERT) Leads Session At International Marine Protected Areas Congress 5

MERT aims to provide climate research and information to reinforce and expand the application of climate science in National Marine Sanctuaries activities, and ultimately improve long-term planning and management of the Sanctuaries System in support of NOAA’s Stewardship mission.
Demonstrating the Importance of Tropical Storms in a Changing Climate 20 January 2023

Demonstrating the Importance of Tropical Storms in a Changing Climate

A new CVP- and MAPP- supported study published in Science Advances provides a new understanding of how tropical storm systems can be represented in climate models.

NOAA Awards $4.2 Million for Multi-Stressor Research on Northern California Current Ecosystem 2 November 2022

NOAA Awards $4.2 Million for Multi-Stressor Research on Northern California Current Ecosystem

NCCOS Competitive Research Program (CRP) Regional Ecosystem Research Program and partners, including MAPP, are announcing $4.2M in funding for multi-stressor research...

Projections of Future Ocean Eddy Intensity Provide Improved Understanding of Climate Change Impacts on California Coast 28 October 2022

Projections of Future Ocean Eddy Intensity Provide Improved Understanding of Climate Change Impacts on California Coast

A new CVP and MAPP funded modeling study projects changes in ocean eddy processes with future climate change to advance our understanding of coastal ecosystem and community impacts up to 2100.

Subseasonal Forecasts Provide a Powerful Tool for Protecting Whales 18 October 2022

Subseasonal Forecasts Provide a Powerful Tool for Protecting Whales

New MAPP research combines subseasonal forecasts with marine mammal distribution models.

 

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