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Ginny Selz, Climate Variability & Predictability Program Manager, graduated from the NOAA West Leadership Program

Graduates of the program complete a series of tasks including the development of a climate action plan strategy for a NOAA campus, catalyzing connectivity across NOAA West DEIA communities, and developing awareness and coordination of wind energy work at a regional level.

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CVP Program Manager Ginny Selz represents the Climate Program Office at the Global Energy and Water Exchanges (GEWEX) program annual meeting

The Climate Program Office’s Climate Variability & Predictability Program Manager Ginny Selz presented on research activities related to precipitation prediction at the Global Energy and Water Exchanges Program Science Steering Group’s 36th annual meeting from April 22 through 26 in Budapest, Hungary.

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Ocean temperature patterns are strongly controlled by ocean forces on a decadal timescale

A new study assesses the ocean and atmosphere’s influence on sea surface temperature changes on a decadal scale, revealing ocean currents as the predominant driver in mid- to high-latitudes and highlighting their crucial role in shaping long-term climate patterns.

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NOAA Climate Program Office Awards $11.4 Million for Climate Science

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.

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