Modeling, Analysis, Predictions and Projections (MAPP)

7/31/2019 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

MAPP Webinar: The MAPP Program and its FY 2020 Funding Opportunities

The MAPP Program will host a webinar on Wednesday, July 31, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. ET on our program and new funding opportunities. This webinar will describe the MAPP Program, including our research focus areas and partnerships inside and outside of NOAA, our new competitions, and the process for applying to our competitions. We will close with a Q&A session in which we will answer questions of general interest in real time via the chat function in WebEx.

NOAA's Climate Program Office Announces New Funding Opportunity 24 July 2019

NOAA's Climate Program Office Announces New Funding Opportunity

Learn more about the Office's Fiscal Year 2020 grant competitions

NOAA Research's Climate Program Office is pleased to announce that its Fiscal Year 2020 grant competitions are now open. 

Stochastic Model: Explaining Scales and Statistics of Tropical Precipitation Clusters 23 July 2019

Stochastic Model: Explaining Scales and Statistics of Tropical Precipitation Clusters

Simulating precipitation is difficult due to the complexity and range of responsible atmospheric processes and technological limitations. In a new Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences paper, author Fiaz Ahmed, and MAPP-funded PI David Neelin used a two-dimensional stochastic model to reproduce observed precipitation cluster distributions, including the slope and cutoff of precipitation events.

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Contact

Dr. Annarita Mariotti
MAPP Program Director
P: 301-734-1237
E: annarita.mariotti@noaa.gov

Dr. Daniel Barrie
MAPP Program Manager
P: 301-734-1256
E: daniel.barrie@noaa.gov

Amara Huddleston*
MAPP Communications & Program Analyst
P: 301-734-1218
E: amara.huddleston@noaa.gov

Courtney Byrd*
MAPP Program Assistant
P: 301-734-1257
E: courtney.byrd@noaa.gov

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