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Indo-Pacific Ocean warming is changing global rainfall patterns Indo-Pacific Ocean warming is changing global rainfall patterns

Indo-Pacific Ocean warming is changing global rainfall patterns

New research by NOAA and a visiting scientist from India shows that warming of the Indo-Pacific Ocean is altering rainfall patterns from the tropics to the United States, contributing to declines in rainfall on the...
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NOAA Research scientists named AAAS Fellows NOAA Research scientists named AAAS Fellows

NOAA Research scientists named AAAS Fellows

NOAA scientists Patricia Quinn, Ph.D., of the Pacific Marine Environmental Lab, and Leo Donner, Ph.D., of the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab, were named today as Fellows of the American Association for the...
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Braving the Eye of the Storm Braving the Eye of the Storm

Braving the Eye of the Storm

First data to be published from experimental drone flights into hurricane eyewalls demonstrates value for improving models. 

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Uncovering NOAA’s inventors Uncovering NOAA’s inventors

Uncovering NOAA’s inventors

It’s no surprise that an agency of scientists working to create better weather forecasts, manage ocean resources and monitor the environment would have a healthy share of inventors. “Whenever we...
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2019 ozone hole smallest on record 2019 ozone hole smallest on record

2019 ozone hole smallest on record

Abnormal weather patterns in the upper atmosphere over Antarctica dramatically limited ozone depletion in September and October, resulting in the smallest ozone hole observed since 1982, NASA and NOAA scientists...
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Tiny Particles Brighten Clouds in the Tropics Tiny Particles Brighten Clouds in the Tropics

Tiny Particles Brighten Clouds in the Tropics

Findings from one of the first studies produced by the Atmospheric Tomorgraphy mission suggest climate models may underestimate the cooling effect of tropical clouds.  

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Old weather “time machine” opens a treasure trove for researchers Old weather “time machine” opens a treasure trove for researchers

Old weather “time machine” opens a treasure trove for researchers

https://cires.colorado.edu/A NOAA-funded research team ha published an update the 20th Century Reanalysis Project, a dauntingly complex, high-resolution, four-dimensional reconstruction of the global climate...
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