A new modeling approach to improve decadal climate predictions 24 February 2017

A new modeling approach to improve decadal climate predictions

This study highlights modeling techniques that may enhance predictability of decadal climate change and understanding of North American drought.

CPO coordinates dialogue between NOAA and Taiwan's EPA on climate cooperation 25 August 2015

CPO coordinates dialogue between NOAA and Taiwan's EPA on climate cooperation

The Climate Program Office had a central role in two recent meetings with Taiwan's Environmental Protection Agency (EPAT).

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