Changes to our climate and oceans are already affecting living marine resources (LMRs) and the people, businesses, and economies that depend on them. As a result, the U.S.
News - 2016
AOS Visiting Research Collaborator Vince Saba is the coauthor of a paper published August 16 in the Journal of Marine Science and Engineering. The researchers have completed a 37-year, three dimensional, hydrodynamic hindcast of the Northern Mid-Atlantic Bight of the eastern U.S., including...
Most people avoid spending time in lightning-prone locales.
Congratulations to Jeffrey Strong who successfully defended his Ph.D. Thesis "The Climatological Effect of Perturbations in Atmospheric Burden and Optical Properties of Saharan Dust" on August 12, 2016
A recent study led by AOS Postdoctoral Research Associate Minjin Lee shows that weather patterns tied to climate change may increase the severity of algal blooms in Chesapeake Bay as extreme rainfall cycles flush larger amounts of nitrogen from fertilizer and other sources...
The white paper resulting from the USCLIVAR workshop in October 2015 at GFDL on Translating Process Understanding to Improve Climate Models is now published.
AOS Postdoctoral Research Associate Angel Muñoz was recently quoted in a National Geographic article about his research on the Zika virus and climate ...
Congratulations to Spencer Hill who successfully defended his Ph.D. Thesis "Energetic and Hydrological Responses of Hadley Circulations and the African Sahel to Sea Surface Temperature Perturbations" on August 2, 2016
For the fifth consecutive year, AOS graduate students, postdocs, research staff, and faculty gathered at Mountain Lakes House in Princeton to mark the start of the academic year. The retreat was held on Tuesday, September 13, 2016.
A recent study, led by AOS Graduate Student Jane Baldwin and coauthored by Gabe Vecchi, an AOS faculty member, improves understanding of the climate of interior Asia's vast deserts through a set of idealized climate model simulations.