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 […]
Dr. Paul Miller, a member of the MAPP Drought Task Force, was awarded the Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award for his research on understanding the mechanisms leading to early warning of meteorological and hydrological drought in the U.S. Caribbean. He is a co-investigator on a project led by Dr. Thomas Mote from the
NOAA’s Climate Program Office (CPO) announced today a total award amount of $171 million, the highest five-year investment in the program’s history, to support 72 innovative and impactful projects that will improve our nation’s resilience at a critical time in the fight against the climate crisis.
NOAA’s Climate Program Office awards $44.3M to advance climate research, improve community resilience
NOAA’s Climate Program Office (CPO) has awarded $44.34 million for 73 new projects designed to help advance the understanding, modeling, and prediction of Earth’s climate system and to foster effective decision making.
A team at NOAA Earth Systems Research Laboratory (ESRL), led by Cecelia DeLuca, is one of the recipients of the Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) 2015 Technology Transfer Interagency Partnership Award for research that was supported by the Modeling, Analysis, Predictions and Projections (MAPP) Program. The ESRL team is part of MAPP’s software model infrastructure development activities.
NOAA’s Climate Program Office’s (CPO) Climate Observation and Monitoring Division has awarded over $2.9 million this year to support 10 new multi-year projects to develop innovative strategies and new information products to help better detect, monitor, and understand climate variability and change.
Three members of the Climate Program Office team have been recognized with the Bronze Medal Award, the highest honor award granted by the Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere, the Bronze Medal recognizes superior performance by federal employees.
Three CPO staff members–Rick Rosen, Roger Pulwarty, and Nancy Beller-Simms–were among the 20 scientists from NOAA’s Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research to be recognized with a 2014 NOAA Administrator’s Award.
After winning three awards in the 2014 Webby Awards, NOAA Climate.gov was invited to give a five-word acceptance speech at a ceremony in New York City on Monday. David Herring and Frank Niepold of NOAA Climate.gov attended along with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Administrator Dr. Kathryn Sullivan and Senior Advisor Christine Blackburn. Dr. Sullivan accepted the awards. Her speech: “Earth: Our home. NOAA’s mission.”