Women’s History Month: A Conversation with Gigi Owen 30 March 2022

Women’s History Month: A Conversation with Gigi Owen

This article continues the series of interviews with NOAA Climate Program Office funded scientists in celebration of Women’s History Month. Gigi Owen is a social scientist through CLIMAS, the Climate Assessment for the Southwest.

New research provides insight into the abundance of natural and anthropogenic organic aerosols in the Arctic 25 March 2022

New research provides insight into the abundance of natural and anthropogenic organic aerosols in the Arctic

A new study funded by CPO’s AC4 program expands our understanding of the composition and sources of Arctic organic aerosols.

CPO’s CEE Amber Liggett to participate in 2022 Worldwide Climate Justice Teach-in Event 25 March 2022

CPO’s CEE Amber Liggett to participate in 2022 Worldwide Climate Justice Teach-in Event

At the March 30th UCAR Center for Science Education virtual climate justice event, Amber Liggett will participate in discussions about climate change, actions, hope, and why justice is a critical component of the solution to climate change.

Study explores strategies to improve US West Coast precipitation forecasts 25 March 2022

Study explores strategies to improve US West Coast precipitation forecasts

New research, co-funded by CPO’s CVP and OAR’s WPO, explores how to improve U.S. West Coast precipitation forecasts by modeling tropical teleconnection patterns.

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