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.
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.
WPO is proud to share the news that seven members of our team have been recognized as recipients of the OAR 2023 awards.
The primary objectives are to review and evaluate the current capabilities and advancements of the NMME in addressing the challenges of seasonal climate predictability; and secondly, to identify actionable recommendations for the future direction and enhancement of the NMME project.
The WPO S2S Program and National Weather Service (NWS)/OSTI-Modeling invite you to join a monthly webinar series for Weeks 3-4 and S2S.
Town Hall: Interagency Long-term Research and Monitoring Program Plan on Hydroclimatological Changes in the Major Western US River Basins NOAA, in partnership with multiple agencies, is developing a joint research and monitoring program to improve the understanding of the hydroclimatological changes in the major river basins of the Western United States. The program will consider…
Don’t miss our upcoming sessions for: Prediction of Precipitation and Water Availability in the US West, S2S Metrics and Diagnostics, Emphasizing Coupling Processes, and Improving Subseasonal to Seasonal Predictions Through ESMF-NUOPC Coupled Modeling.