NOAA joins with Princeton and other institutions in six-year study to help public better understand Southern Ocean 10 September 2014

NOAA joins with Princeton and other institutions in six-year study to help public better understand Southern Ocean

Princeton University, NOAA and eight other partner institutions are partnering on a six-year SOCCOM initiative. The U.S. Argo program, led by CPO's Steven Piotrowicz, will play a major role in the project.

Physical Scientist position open in CPO's Arctic Research Program 30 April 2014

Physical Scientist position open in CPO's Arctic Research Program

NOAA's Climate Program Office (CPO) has a vacancy for a Physical Scientist to serve as strategic lead for NOAA's Arctic Research enterprise and Director of CPO's Arctic Research Program.
Arctic Research Program releases Arctic Marine Biodiversity Monitoring Implementation Plan Annual Report 31 March 2014

Arctic Research Program releases Arctic Marine Biodiversity Monitoring Implementation Plan Annual Report

The Arctic Research Program has released the U.S. 2013 Annual Report for its role in the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Monitoring Implementation Plan.  

Long-term warming and environmental change trends persist in the Arctic in 2013 19 December 2013

Long-term warming and environmental change trends persist in the Arctic in 2013

NOAA's annual Arctic Report Card, introduced in 2006 by the NOAA Climate Program Office, found that cooler temperatures in the summer of 2013 across the central Arctic Ocean, Greenland and northern Canada moderated the record sea ice loss and extensive melting that the surface of the Greenland ice sheet experienced last year.

Physics Today publishes article from Arctic Report Card data 21 October 2013

Physics Today publishes article from Arctic Report Card data

Physics Today has just published the article "The Arctic shifts to a new Normal," authored by Martin Jeffries, James Overland and Donald Perovich.  This is an outgrowth of the 2012 release of the NOAA Arctic Report Card, a synthesis product supported by the Arctic Research Program of CPO.

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