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Local volunteers in Hernando County, Florida prepare to install oyster reefs on April 14, 2018, to strengthen shorelines, support healthy fisheries and improve water quality.

Biden-Harris Administration invests $60 million to build a climate-ready workforce through Investing in America agenda

The Department of Commerce and NOAA announced $60 million in funding to help train and place people in jobs that advance a climate-ready workforce for coastal and Great Lakes states, Tribes and Territories as part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda under the Inflation Reduction Act.

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Planners, emergency managers and other decision makers are using SCIPP’s Simple Planning Tool. The tool continues to evolve to meet the needs of stakeholders across the region.

Planners, emergency managers and other decision makers are using SCIPP’s Simple Planning Tool. The tool continues to evolve to meet the needs of stakeholders across the region.

Planners, emergency managers and other decision makers are using SCIPP’s Simple Planning Tool. The tool continues to evolve to meet the needs of stakeholders across the region. Read More »

Drivers and improved predictability of sea level rise along the U.S. Southeast Coast

Climate modelers used the rapid acceleration of sea level rise along the U.S. Southeast Coast since 2010 as a case study to investigate drivers and predictability of sea level rise in the region. Findings suggest the rate of sea level rise along the U.S. southeastern seaboard is potentially predictable up to 5 years in advance.

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Study reveals key factors behind Louisiana’s 2023 water crisis

High evaporation and reduced Mississippi River flows were the primary drivers of Louisiana’s severe drought and saltwater intrusion crisis in 2023. The study emphasized the critical role of atmospheric conditions in understanding, predicting, and protecting water resources.

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Climate variability in North Atlantic to increase dramatically by mid-century

Scientists published a study in Nature Communications addressing this issue using the Community Earth System Model 2 Large Ensemble (CESM2-LE) to simulate sea surface temperatures (SST) under historical and future climate scenarios.

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Headshots showing four newly selected fellows with the title "2024 NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellows"

NOAA’s Climate Program Office announces 2024 class of Climate and Global Change postdoctoral fellows

Four new postdoctoral fellows are commencing cutting-edge research projects that will contribute innovative climate science to the research community as well as NOAA’s mission. Fellows in the 2024-2026 class of NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellows were selected by NOAA’s Climate Program Office and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.

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