CPO scientists help Palauan students explore their connection to the ocean 3 June 2015

CPO scientists help Palauan students explore their connection to the ocean

During first week of May, scientists from 12 different countries met for the first Data Buoy Cooperation Panel (DBCP) Pacific Islands Training Workshop on Ocean Observations and Data Applications in Koror, Palau. While they were there, they had an opportunity to meet with Palauan students and explore how the ocean is deeply embedded in their heritage. 

New publication on the causes and impacts of the 2014 warm anomaly in the NE Pacific 1 June 2015

New publication on the causes and impacts of the 2014 warm anomaly in the NE Pacific

A new publication in Geophysical Research Letters, supported by CPO’s Climate Observation Division, examines the strongly positive temperature anomalies developed in the NE Pacific Ocean during the boreal winter of 2013–2014. 
An Analysis of the Temporal Evolution of ENSO Prediction Skill in the Context of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean Observing System 1 June 2015

An Analysis of the Temporal Evolution of ENSO Prediction Skill in the Context of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean Observing System

An analysis in the Monthly Weather Review supported by CPO’s Climate Observation Division found that sub-surface ocean observations in the equatorial tropical Pacific Ocean dramatically increased after 1990s due to the completion of the TAO moored array and a steady increase in Argo floats.
CPO-funded "Last Millennium Reanalysis Project" to hold community Workshop on Proxy System Modeling 1 May 2015

CPO-funded "Last Millennium Reanalysis Project" to hold community Workshop on Proxy System Modeling

From May 4 -6, 2015 over two dozen highly accomplished, leading paleoclimatologists will convene at the USC Wrigley Institute for an in depth community workshop to synthesize and chart a path forward for the cutting-edge science of Proxy System Models.

CPO’s Thurston helps organize DBCP Pacific Islands Capacity Building Workshop in Palau, Palau 28 April 2015

CPO’s Thurston helps organize DBCP Pacific Islands Capacity Building Workshop in Palau, Palau

From May 4-7, 2015, NOAA will lead the first International Workshop on Ocean Observations and Data Applications for the Pacific Islands in Koror, Palau.

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