Climate Program Office News

Women’s History Month: A Conversation with Dr. Annarita Mariotti 28 March 2023

Women’s History Month: A Conversation with Dr. Annarita Mariotti

The article continues a series of interviews with NOAA Climate Program Office (CPO) employees and CPO-funded scientists in celebration of Women’s History Month. Next is Dr. Annarita Mariotti, senior advisor and scientist at CPO, and accomplished climate scientist with more than twenty years of research experience.

Quantifying Sulfur Dioxide Emissions and Understanding Air Quality Impacts from Fire Activity 24 March 2023

Quantifying Sulfur Dioxide Emissions and Understanding Air Quality Impacts from Fire Activity

A team of researchers use observations from FIREX-AQ to quantify sulfur dioxide emissions from wildfires and agricultural burns across the western US to understand how regional and long-range air quality can be affected, in a new research study supported by AC4.

24 March 2023

Comparisons of Atmospheric Measurement Instruments to Enable Urban Methane Research

AC4-supported research team provides an essential evaluation of laser-based analyzing instruments needed to investigate sources and impacts of atmospheric methane emissions in cities affected by COVID-19 shutdowns.

Deepening Our Understanding of Pacific Decadal-Scale Climate Variability 24 March 2023

Deepening Our Understanding of Pacific Decadal-Scale Climate Variability

A CVP-supported scientist contributes to a new review synthesizing decadal-scale climate variability in the tropical Pacific and offering a new perspective of how modes interact and how air-sea interactions drive variability.

A New Long-Term Dataset Combines Ocean and Weather Data on the Oregon Coast 24 March 2023

A New Long-Term Dataset Combines Ocean and Weather Data on the Oregon Coast

More than two decades of oceanographic and meteorological data shedding light on upwelling processes off the coast of Oregon is compiled and made public for the first time by an Oregon State University team of scientists supported by a COM-MAPP-CSI collaboration

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