Interview with Climate Scientist Kathie Dello 15 March 2022

Interview with Climate Scientist Kathie Dello

Women’s History Month 2022

This article kicks off a series of interviews with NOAA Climate Program Office (CPO) employees and CPO-funded scientists in celebration of Women’s History Month.

Kathie Dello is the state climatologist of North Carolina and the director of the North Carolina State Climate Office (NCSCO). She is the 5th permanent director and first woman to hold this position at the NCSCO in the office’s history.

The period from 2000-2021 was the driest since the year 800 in the Southwest 4 March 2022

The period from 2000-2021 was the driest since the year 800 in the Southwest

Researchers, co-funded by MAPP and NIDIS, analyze how the southwestern 2000-2021 drought compares to historical droughts, and offer projections for the future.

Will COVID-19 lockdown slow the increasing trend of atmospheric CO2 concentration? 25 January 2022

Will COVID-19 lockdown slow the increasing trend of atmospheric CO2 concentration?

The pandemic has presented a unique opportunity to study the atmosphere’s response to widespread and sudden emission reductions.
Do Tropical Storms Impact Drought in The US? 25 January 2022

Do Tropical Storms Impact Drought in The US?

Researchers are studying whether tropical storms can help mitigate drought conditions in affected regions of the United States.
 

ESSM-supported Research Makes a Strong Showing at #AGU21 21 December 2021

ESSM-supported Research Makes a Strong Showing at #AGU21

CPO’s Earth System Science and Modeling Division (ESSM) research was well-represented at the American Geophysical Union’s 2021 Fall Meeting.

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