NOAA’s Climate Program Office announced a total annual award of $11.4 million in Fiscal Year 2023 funding to support 24 new, innovative, and impactful projects that will improve our nation’s resilience at a critical time in the fight against the climate crisis.
A new study funded by CVP investigates sources and impacts of bias in Earth System Models representing deep convection in the Labrador Sea, a crucial system and setting for climate variability and carbon cycling.
A new study funded by COM, CVP, and GOMO on the California Current System uses Biogeochemical Argo floats and models to investigate episodes of low dissolved oxygen and impacts on ecosystems and fisheries.
CVP and OSTI supported a study that described important information for predicting weather and atmospheric conditions in the tropics and surrounding regions.
More than 10 CPO staff, research team members, and interns will attend and present and lead sessions focused on climate topics relevant to CPO’s mission at the American Meteorological Society 104th Annual Meeting.
CVP-funded researchers publish the first in situ estimates of the AMOC at a critical location in the South Atlantic where observations have been lacking, capturing new details about coastal sea level and westward propagating features.
A new CVP-supported article finds that the tropical climate pattern MJO has become more predictable in the past century due to global warming, and its enhanced predictability could help global communities prepare for weather and climate challenges.
CPO’s Climate Variability and Predictability (CVP) program is announcing four new two-year projects originally funded in Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23) that aim to identify and understand key land-atmosphere processes that influence coupled-model precipitation biases in the Continental United States (CONUS). The competitively selected projects total $1.8 million in grants1. The Earth system has many interacting
A new tropical cyclone research study funded by CVP provides a new characterization of how storms transform as they move away from the equator.
NOAA Climate Program Office’s ERB, AC4 and CVP Programs award $3 million for new applications of satellite data to aerosol research
CPO’s ERB, AC4, and CVP programs, in partnership with NESDIS STAR, are announcing four new 3-year projects originally funded in Fiscal Year 2023.