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 […]
This article with NOAA Chief Scientist Dr. Sarah Kapnick continues a series of interviews with NOAA employees and scientists in celebration of Women’s History Month.
These high-quality graphics allow climate findings to reach wider audiences, supporting the office’s and agency’s goals of building public climate literacy.
Missed November’s webinars? Watch them here.
NOAA and EPA released a report on making local stormwater systems more resilient to climate and land use change.
The impact of historical biases on the XBT-derived meridional overturning circulation estimates at 34°S
CPO’s Climate Observation Division supported a paper published in Geophysical Research Letters. The goal of this manuscript–”The impact of historical biases on the XBT-derived meridional overturning circulation estimates at 34°S”–is assess how the historical expendable bathythermograph measurement errors may affect the meridional mass and heat transport across one key ocean section in the South Atlantic Ocean.
CPO’s Hunter Jones delivers keynote on Climate and Extreme Heat at Design for Risk Reduction Symposium in NYC
On November 12, CPO’s Hunter Jones joined over 30 urban climatologists, architects, planners, and emergency management & public health practitioners to address an estimated 200 audience members, in New York City for the symposium: “Extreme Heat: Hot Cities – Adapting to a Hotter World.”
CPO leads NOAA engagement for a White House public-private partnership on Climate Services for Resilient Development (CSRD)
The Climate Program Office is working closely with USAID and OSTP on the U.S.-initiated public-private partnership on Climate Services for Resilient Development (CSRD), which was originally announced by President Obama during the September 2014 UN Climate Summit.
MAPP Webinar Series: Transitioning Research to Applications Part II: Research and Development Delivering New Capabilities
The NOAA CPO Modeling, Analysis, Prediction, and Projections (MAPP) program hosted a webinar titled Transitioning Research to Applications Part II: Research and Development Delivering New Capabilities on May 12, 2015. The announcement is provided below; you are invited to remotely join the session.
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.