From satellites to underwater vehicles, NOAA collects data about the whole world around us. These observations help us understand the ocean, weather, and climate, and in turn support decisions from communities to countries while protecting life and property.
The American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting is taking place January 8-12, 2023, in Denver, Colorado. Under the theme of “Data: Driving Science, Informing Decisions, Enriching Humanity”, NOAA Research will join leadership, academia, and partners across the private sector in exploring the data revolution for decision making today and into the future. Let’s take a look at some of the events and sessions happening this year.
NOAA Research engagement at AMS includes:
- NOAA Administrator Dr. Rick Spinrad and NOAA senior leaders discussing science priorities under the Biden-Harris Administration and the importance of engaging the entire scientific community in helping the U.S. economy build back better and more sustainably.
- NOAA’s vision for a Climate Ready Nation and progress on efforts to ensure that all Americans can thrive in the face of climate change impacts and extreme events.
- A conversation with Dr. Spinrad on improving coordination for advancing science and services across the Federal enterprise.
- Highlights from the past year of the Earth Prediction Innovation Center (EPIC).
- Sharing NOAA’s Response to Priorities for Weather Research with Dr. Morgan, Ken Graham, and Steve Thur.
- Presentation and discussion of a proposed AMS Statement on the Future of Ecological Forecasting.
- NOAA science presentations and lightning talks in the exhibit hall.
See the entire schedule for AMS 2023 here.