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...

Tuesday, Jun 25, 2019

AOS Graduate Student Shiv Priyam Raghuraman is among nine Princeton University graduate students selected by The Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) as 2019 recipients of the...

Monday, Jun 24, 2019

A Carbon Brief guest post on India's 2019 heatwave by AOS Faculty Member Gabe Vecchi, CIMES Deputy Director, and his World Weather Attribution collaborators ...

Wednesday, Jun 19, 2019

Former AOS Graduate Student Jane Baldwin, a PEI postdoc, talks to

Tuesday, Jun 18, 2019

The first mission involving the autosub "Boaty McBoatface" has for the first time shed light on a key process linking increasing Antarctic winds to rising sea temperatures.

Friday, Jun 7, 2019

Understanding the details of the impact of global warming on the North and South America monsoons is of key importance for the well-being of a great number of inhabitants of the Americas.  A new review paper, led by AOS Associate Research Scholar Salvatore Pascale, a CIMES...

Tuesday, Jun 4, 2019

When using European Centre for Medium‐Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) initial conditions, a new global weather model built at NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory produces better hurricane forecast skill than the world‐leading European model. 

Monday, Jun 3, 2019

A new study published recently in the journal

Friday, May 31, 2019

AOS Graduate Student Jane Smyth has been awarded a PEI-STEP Fellowship within the Princeton Environmental Institute.  The fellowship enables Smyth to address the environmental policy implications of her graduate work.