News

Wednesday, Aug 28, 2019

Existing hurricane prediction systems fall into two categories: hurricane track and intensity predictions on a weekly timescale; and the prediction of hurricane activity on a seasonal timescale. Substantial progress has been made in improving the predictions on the two distinct timescales in the past decade.

Tuesday, Aug 20, 2019

Sea temperature and ocean acidification have climbed during the last three decades to levels beyond what is expected due to natural variation alone, a new study led by AOS Postdoc Sarah Schlunegger...

Friday, Aug 16, 2019

A new study led by AOS Faculty Member Gabe Vecchi, professor of Geosciences and the Princeton Environmental Institute, explores the sensitivity of large-scale surface climate and tropical cyclone activity to a doubling of CO2, using three coupled global...

Wednesday, Jul 31, 2019

AOS Associate Research Scholar Nadir Jeevanjee will receive the 2019 James R. Holton Award at the 2019 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, to be held December 9-13 in San Francisco, CA. The award recognizes outstanding scientific research and accomplishments by early-career scientists. This award is named in honor of past...

Tuesday, Jul 30, 2019

Severe dust storms reduce visibility and cause breathing problems and lung diseases, affecting public health, transportation, and safety. Reliable forecasts for dust storms and overall dustiness are important for hazard preventions and resource planning.

Friday, Jul 26, 2019

Climate change may be depriving juvenile fish of their most crucial early food source by throwing off the synchronization of when microscopic plants known as phytoplankton bloom and when fish hatch, according to research led by former AOS Postdoc Rebecca...

Tuesday, Jul 23, 2019

Climate variations profoundly impact marine ecosystems and the communities that depend upon them. Anticipating these shifts using global Earth System Models (ESMs) could enable communities to adapt to climate fluctuations and contribute to long-term ecosystem resilience.

Tuesday, Jul 23, 2019

A recent paper, led by AOS Faculty Member Rong Zhang, a GFDL senior scientist, provides a comprehensive review of the linkage between multidecadal...

Friday, Jun 28, 2019

Jorge Sarmiento studies and models ocean circulation, biological processes in the ocean, and the impacts of circulation and metabolism on the oceanic distribution of those elements involved in biological cycles (primarily CO2, O2, nitrogen, phosphorus and iron). He came to Princeton as a 1978 as a research associate and became...

Pages