MAPP Programmatic Webinar: The MAPP Program and its FY 2018 Funding Opportunities 6/5/2017 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

MAPP Programmatic Webinar: The MAPP Program and its FY 2018 Funding Opportunities

The NOAA/OAR Climate Program Office's MAPP Program will host a webinar on Monday, June 5, from 1 to 2 p.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 three 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.

Coupling between marine boundary layer clouds and summer-to-summer sea surface temperature variability over the North Atlantic and Pacific 1 June 2017

Coupling between marine boundary layer clouds and summer-to-summer sea surface temperature variability over the North Atlantic and Pacific

A study published in Climate Dynamics highlights the importance of boundary layer clouds in interannual to interdecadal atmosphere-ocean variability, as well as their influence in sea surface temperature simulations.

A Climate Services Database for Western States 1 June 2017

A Climate Services Database for Western States

Until recently, no centralized resource allowed climate information users to connect with the wide array of information and services available in the West.

A reconstruction of the South Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation 1 June 2017

A reconstruction of the South Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

A paper in Geophysical Research Letters highlights the importance of sustaining and combining ocean observing platforms with satellite observations

What progress have we made predicting a year to decades ahead? 1 June 2017

What progress have we made predicting a year to decades ahead?

A new CPO-supported study published in Current Climate Change Reports discusses major advances in understanding decadal predictability and prediction of temperature over the past few years, as well as new prediction methods.

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