A research team supported by AC4 investigates poorly understood pollution impacts from common household products and determines that the amount of carbon in each chemical is a determining factor of how much air pollution it can produce.
The interagency US CLIVAR Air-Sea Transition Zone Study Group supported by CVP and MAPP developed a strategy to improve air-sea interaction observations and modeling capabilities across multiple Earth and climate science disciplines.
Doctoral students supported by the Western Water Assessment (WWA), a NOAA CAP/RISA team, and CPO’s Modeling, Analysis, Predictions, and Projections (MAPP) program will present on the importance of snow for water supply forecasting.
Understanding the rainfall variability over South Africa is of great interest, as Cape Town was one of the first major cities in the world to nearly run out of water in 2018 and is home to a significant population dependent on rain-fed agriculture.
NIDIS and the US Bureau of Reclamation are partnering to develop the CADP platform which will support drought resilience by ensuring equitable access to high quality science and data to improve assessments of drought risk and vulnerability, that account for climate change impacts.
This workshop was the culmination of months of engagement between the U.S. Government and Government of Indonesia, it included multiple U.S. agencies and Indonesian ministries, and contributed to diplomatic progress on climate change collaboration.
COM-funded ocean carbon storage study finds model uncertainty can be reduced by half when adjusting to agree with observations, highlighting the value of collaboration between the two scientific communities.