A new CVP- and MAPP- supported study published in Science Advances provides a new understanding of how tropical storm systems can be represented in climate models.
A recent CVP-supported modeling study examines the relative importance of air and ocean processes on the global climate system over various spatial and temporal scales.
New modeling framework supported by CVP uses Hurricane Harvey as a case study to improve the predictability over the next seventy years of precipitation and flooding due to hurricanes and climate change.
A research team supported by CVP produces a new modeling study to improve predictability of air-sea interactions of the Meiyu front, a meteorological zone which separates Arctic from tropical climatic zones in the Pacific Ocean.
CVP-funded research uses observations from the ATOMIC field campaign to improve the understanding and emphasize the importance of small scale air-sea fluxes in the tropical Atlantic.
Americans’ health, security and economic wellbeing are tied to climate and weather. Every day, we see communities grappling with environmental challenges due to unusual or extreme events related to climate and weather.
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