ESSIC/CISESS scientist Alexey Mishonov along with other scientists from the United States, China, New Zealand and Italy have a new article in the journal Advances in Atmospheric Science documenting the record highs in the global ocean set in 2023.
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Last week, the Grand Challenges team, led by ESSIC Director Ellen Williams, met with Matt Fleming, Executive Director of the Resilience Authority of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, to begin a partnership to better understand the climate and environmental issues and priorities of Anne Arundel county and the city of Annapolis.
Tough Regional Climate Change Problems: Detection/Attribution and Projections for Hurricanes, Precipitation, and Sea Level Pressure Trends
This event has passed. See the seminar recording here: Tom Knutson Lead of Weather and Climate Dynamics Division NOAA/Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Monday May 18,
This event has passed. View the seminar recording here: Prof. Yafang Cheng Head of Minerva Independent Research Group Max Planck Institute for Chemistry Guest professor
This event has passed. View the seminar recording here: Dr. Ram Ramaswamy NOAA/Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Princeton University Monday April 25, 2022, 2 PM ET
ESSIC Scientists to Address Climate Change, Predict Future COVID Variants, and Remediate Methane with Grand Challenges Grants
The University of Maryland today awarded $30 million to 50 projects through its Grand Challenges Grants Program, an institution-wide initiative to tackle major societal issues.
The College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences (CMNS) received 16 Grand Challenges grants, five of which include ESSIC scientists.
Dorothy Hall is first author on a paper recently published in American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) open access journal Earth and Space Science about the increasing desiccation of lakes in the United State’s Great Basin.
ESSIC Scientists Patricia Parker and Weston Anderson recently participated in the NASA Live Shots media campaign, which resulted in a series of media interviews about the NASA/NOAA global temperature update.
ESSIC/CISESS Scientist C. Max Stevens is co-author on a new paper in Nature that reveals summer and winter temperature changes through the last 11,000 years, a period known as the Holocene.