On Thursday, April 8, 2021, Gerald A Meehl (NCAR) presented a seminar, Mutually interactive decadal-timescale processes connecting the tropical Atlantic and Pacific.
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In September 2020, IAG and NCAR released a report Severe Weather in a Changing Climate (second edition), which incorporated research findings from numerous CLEX researchers. CLEX feedback also led to the incorporation of a new section on connected extremes in this report, highlighting the value of research into weather extremes.
CLEX and NCAR researchers explore decade-long variations in global mean temperature that are superimposed on the warming trend and find what can make short term warming trends so unpredictable.
CLEX researchers found the influence of climate change and the depletion in stratospheric ozone are the major drivers over the Atlantic Oceans that shift westerly winds further south. However, over the Pacific and Indian oceans natural variations induced by sea surface temperature changes in the tropical Pacific also play an important role.
A lot has happened over the past few months with the publication of high-profile and challenging research and the continuing growth, development and recognition for the RP4 team.
In 2019, Ryan travelled to IUGG, NCAR in Boulder and LOCEAN in France. Here he describes how to get the most out of trips like these and considers the carbon emissions impacts.
Picture (above): The Mesa Laboratory of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, located atop Table Mesa at the west end of Boulder, Colorado. Credit: Copyright University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR). By Carlye Calvin, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) License, via OpenSky. by Todd LaneIn August I travelled to the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado USA for a short collaborative visit. As you probably know, NCAR is a partner in... View Article
Claire Carouge and Aidan Heerdegen attended the Collaborative Conference on Computational and Data Intensive Science 2019 and explored a future where high-performance supercomputers were being replaced with analyses services to the cloud. It's a future that is very close and we can expect these changes to occur during the lifetime of the Centre.
Angeline Pendergrass (NCAR). The uneven nature of precipitation and its changes. Video connection details: Name: Bureau of Meteorology – R&D Seminars. Video Address – Bureau Internal: 558912. External Participants: firstname.lastname@example.org. PIN: 3099#. Audio Connection: +61 3 9900 8912.
Angie Pendergrass (NCAR). The uneven nature of precipitation and its changes.