Applications for researchers across disciplines that span the physical, social, and integrated sciences spectrum are now open to join the NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship Program’s class of 2024.
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New research by recent C&GC fellow Mukund Palat Rao from sampling trees in northern Mongolia discovers an accelerated timeline of collapse in boreal forests at a temperature “tipping point” projected in climate models.
NOAA’s Climate Program Office announces 2023 Class of Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellows
Eight 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.
The interview continues a series of articles in OAR’s 2023 Women’s History Month Campaign, highlighting accomplished women at NOAA working on climate resilience and building a climate-ready nation.
C&GC Fellow Melissa Breeden to present in February 2 Webinar: Subseasonal Precipitation Forecasts of Opportunity over Southwest Asia Related to ENSO and the MJO
This webinar is part of a series spotlighting NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellows and will feature recent fellow and research scientist Dr. Melissa Breeden discussing precipitation forecasts in food-insecure regions of Southeast Asia.
The participation of the CPOs Knauss Fellow Andrea Miralles-Barboza at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt shows CPOs continued commitment to support the development of early career interdisciplinary climate professionals working at the interface of science and policy. Additionally, through her coordination in the Islands and International Partnerships event at the U.S. Center, Andrea highlighted CPOs important role in advancing international climate adaptation and resilience.
This webinar is part of a series spotlighting NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellows and will feature current fellow and interdisciplinary scientist Dr. Katherine Siegel discussing relationships between land management, climate change, and wildfire in forests and rangelands in the western US.
Recent C&GC fellow and NOAA PSL Research Scientist will present her research on subseasonal forecast models for food insecure regions.
Interdisciplinary environmental scientist Dr. Katherine Siegel will present her research on forest ownership, wildfire severity, and the consequences of increased fire severity.
This talk explores how increases in extreme heat events due to climate change may threaten the ability of the Eurasian boreal forests to continue to sequester carbon. Mukund Rao is a current C&GC fellow and ecoclimatologist who researches the interactions between climate change and natural and human ecosystems.