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Ocean Climate Indicators for the Trade Wind Regions

Principal Investigator (s): Robert Weller (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution), Co-PI Dr. Albert Plueddemann (WHOI)

Year Initially Funded: 2015

Abstract: Weller_FY15_ClimateMonitoring.pdf

Dynamics and seasonal predictability of extreme sea level variability in the tropical western Pacific

Principal Investigator (s): Axel Timmermann, IPRC, SOEST, University of Hawaiʼi, co-I Matthew Widlansky, IPRC, SOEST, University of Hawaiʼi,

Year Initially Funded: 2015

Abstract: Timmermann_Fy15_ClimateMonitoring.pdf

Diagnostics, Trends and Climate Model Projections of U.S. Summer Heat Waves

Principal Investigator (s): Anthony G. Barnston, PI, (International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI)), Bradfield Lyon, co-PI (IRI)

Year Initially Funded: 2014

Abstract: Barnston_CM_FY14Abstract.pdf

Air-Sea Fluxes at NOAA Ocean Climate Station Reference Sites

Principal Investigator (s): Meghan F. Cronin,PI (NOAA/PMEL), Dongxiao Zhang, co-PI (NOAA/PMEL and JISAO/U Washington)

Year Initially Funded: 2014

Abstract: Cronin_CM_FY14Abstract.pdf

Continuous Records of the Mixed Layer Heat Budget in the Tropical Atlantic Ocean

Principal Investigator (s): Gregory Foltz, Pl, (NOAA/Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory), Claudia Schmid, Co-Pl (NOAA/AOML), Rick Lumpkin, Co-Pl (NOAA/AOML)

Year Initially Funded: 2014

Abstract: Foltz_CM_FY14Abstract.pdf

Ocean Indicators in the Tropical and South Atlantic Oceans

Principal Investigator (s): Gustavo Goni, PI (NOAA/AOML/PHOD ), Co­PIs: Shenfu Dong (CIMAS), Marlos Goes (CIMAS), Francisco Javier Beron‐Vera (U. Miami)

Year Initially Funded: 2014

Abstract: Goni_CM_FY14Abstract.pdf

Last Millennium Climate Reanalysis Project

Principal Investigator (s): Gregory J. Hakim, lead PI, (U. Washington), David Noone, PI, (Oregon State), Juien Emile-Geay, Pi (UCLA)

Year Initially Funded: 2014

Abstract: Hakim_CM_FY14Abstract.pdf

Tropical Pacific and Indian Oceans Climate Indicators: warm water volume, subtropical cells, Indonesian throughflow indices

Principal Investigator (s): Tong Lee, PI (Joint Institute for Regional Earth System Science & Engineering (JIFRESSE), UCLA), Co-Is: Michael J. McPhaden (NOAA/PMEL), Dongxiao Zhang (NOAA/PMEL and JISAO/U. Washington), Xiaochun Wang (JIFRESSE, UCLA)

Year Initially Funded: 2014

Abstract: Lee_CM_FY14Abstract.pdf

Development of satellite-based surface fluxes of heat and moisture in the Arctic Ocean for understanding impacts of changing Arctic environments

Principal Investigator (s): Jiping Liu, (University at Albany, SUNY)

Year Initially Funded: 2014

Abstract: Liu_CM_FY14_Abstract.pdf

Atlantic Basin Tropical Cyclone Database Reanalysis and Estimation of “Missed” Major Hurricane and Overall Activity

Principal Investigator (s): Frank Marks, Jr. (NOAA/OAR/AOML/ Hurricane Research Division), Co-PIs: Christopher W. Landsea (NOAA/NWS/NCEP/National Hurricane Center), Gabriel Vecchi (NOAA/OAR/GFDL)

Year Initially Funded: 2014

Abstract: Marks_CM_FY14_Abstract.pdf

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