As the U.S. is facing further devastation with the largest wildfire in Texas history, NOAA has released “Building Towards a Fire-Ready Nation: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Wildfire Projects” StoryMap.
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Improving the Accuracy of Weather Forecasting and Response Systems throughout the San Francisco Bay Area
Extreme precipitation in the San Francisco Bay Area can quickly result in life-threatening weather conditions, causing harm and devastation to both life and property.
The Earth Prediction Innovation Center (EPIC) made the cover of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS) February 2024 issue with EPIC Possibilities.
Guidance from the White House has mandated that researchers who receive federal funds must make their publications and data publicly available at no cost and without delay. What are the pitfalls and promises of making scientific results publicly available in Open Data for all?
The EPIC team is hosting an AMS Short Course:
Running the Unified Forecast System’s Short Range Weather Application in the Cloud (January 27th, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM ET).
This project aims to enhance the realism of global ocean and sea ice simulations by implementing a version of the Modular Ocean Model version 6 (MOM6) and Sea Ice Simulator version 2 (SIS2) model on a higher resolution grid than what is typically used in climate studies.
NOAA and NASA have joined in a collaborative project aimed at developing a shared scientific, technological, and application vision for the future of US reanalysis efforts.
The 12th Symposium on Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise will be held at the American Meteorological Society (AMS) 104th Annual Meeting. The Subseasonal to Seasonal team at WPO will lead the Joint Sessions.
Every five years, NOAA’s Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) conducts comprehensive science reviews of its laboratories and programs.
WPO is proud to share the news that seven members of our team have been recognized as recipients of the OAR 2023 awards.