6 March 2018

Leveling the Field – Tips for Inclusive Arctic Field Work

Biogeochemical floats can be used to improve measurements of sea-air CO2 exchanges, study shows 16 March 2017

Biogeochemical floats can be used to improve measurements of sea-air CO2 exchanges, study shows

A CPO-funded study shows biogeochemical floats can be used to improve measurements of sea-air CO2 exchanges, which are essential for future improvements in climate modeling and projections.

Absolute velocity estimates from autonomous underwater gliders equipped with Doppler current profilers 7 March 2017

Absolute velocity estimates from autonomous underwater gliders equipped with Doppler current profilers

As underwater gliders are increasingly used in oceanography research, glider-based acoustic Doppler current profilers are expected to become more common. 

Wind speed influences sea surface temperature anomalies in the tropical North Atlantic 31 August 2016

Wind speed influences sea surface temperature anomalies in the tropical North Atlantic

A CPO-funded study found that wind speed variability associated with the Atlantic Meridional Mode contributes to anomalies in sea surface temperatures in the eastern equatorial Atlantic and the Intertropical Convergence Zone region.
CPO’s Steve Piotrowicz to receive NOAA Administrator’s Award 23 August 2016

CPO’s Steve Piotrowicz to receive NOAA Administrator’s Award

The Climate Program Office’s Stephen R. Piotrowicz will receive one of the 2016 NOAA Administrator’s Awards for his outstanding management of the US Argo Ocean Observing program.

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