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DaNa Carlis named director of NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory

DaNa Carlis named director of NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory

DaNa L. Carlis, Ph.D., a research meteorologist and experienced scientific leader, has been named the director of NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) in Norman, Oklahoma. He will join the world’s preeminent research institution for observing and understanding severe thunderstorms and extreme weather on January 29. He is the first African American to be named a lab director in NOAA’s Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research.

January 11, 2023 0 Comments
Arctic Report Card: Update for 2022

Arctic Report Card: Update for 2022

The warming Arctic reveals shifting seasons, widespread disturbances, and the value of diverse observations. Shifting seasons and climate-driven disturbances, such as wildfires, extreme weather, and unusual wildlife mortality events, are becoming increasingly difficult to assess within the context of what has been previously considered normal. Read more at the 2022 Arctic Report Card site...

January 6, 2023 0 Comments
Missions accomplished: research partnerships advance NOAA innovation

Missions accomplished: research partnerships advance NOAA innovation

Public-private partnerships are vital for bringing private sector innovation and agility to NOAA’s research and development efforts. One of the key tools in NOAA’s partnership toolkit is the CRADA, or Cooperative Research and Development Agreement.

December 22, 2022 0 Comments
12 Days of Instruments

12 Days of Instruments

Introducing a new social media series from NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML): 12 Days of Instruments! This series highlights 12 of the many instruments used by our researchers at AOML! Each of these instruments are vital to conducting our groundbreaking research.

December 22, 2022 0 Comments
Major HYSPLIT Update Improves the Nation’s Public Safety

Major HYSPLIT Update Improves the Nation’s Public Safety

On December 6, 2022, a major new version of HYSPLIT was fully implemented at the National Weather Service’s (NWS) National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP). HYSPLIT is the pre-eminent model, developed and updated by NOAA’s Air Resources Laboratory, that has been used for tracking hazardous and toxic emissions from industrial, transportation, and nuclear accidents, smoke from wildfires and prescribed fires, ash from volcanic eruptions and dust from dust storms. Among its new capabilities is an expanded and enhanced capability for volcanic ash modeling.

December 8, 2022 0 Comments
Wrapping up the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Wrapping up the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season

November 30th marked the official end to the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season. Scientists and forecasters from across NOAA worked tirelessly throughout the season to conduct critical tropical cyclone research. This year, NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) coordinated the longest series of missions into a single tropical system, arranged multiple observing assets for simultaneous data collection, deployed new small uncrewed aircraft system technology, and included a novel “moving nest” capability to our next-generation hurricane model.

December 6, 2022 0 Comments
New Story Map Highlights the Importance of NOAA Long-term Observations in the Bering Sea

New Story Map Highlights the Importance of NOAA Long-term Observations in the Bering Sea

The Pivotal Recovery Story Map (ESRI) recounts the events in 2021 of how NOAA scientists raced against nature to save their most valuable scientific instruments in the Bering Sea. This interactive online map highlights the recovery efforts, the unique data collected and the implications it has for management.

December 6, 2022 0 Comments
NOAA issues FY23 call for Phase I SBIR proposals

NOAA issues FY23 call for Phase I SBIR proposals

On December 2, 2022 the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued its Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 Phase I Notice of Funding Opportunity for the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program. NOAA Phase I SBIR awards provide up to $175,000, which funds a six month period of performance for conducting feasibility and proof of concept research. The tentative award start date for the FY23 competition is August 1, 2023.

December 2, 2022 0 Comments
Meet NOAA Research’s new Assistant Administrator, Steven Thur, Ph.D.

Meet NOAA Research’s new Assistant Administrator, Steven Thur, Ph.D.

In October 2022, Steve Thur, Ph.D., a nationally recognized leader in coastal science and management, began his tenure as the Assistant Administrator for the NOAA Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (NOAA Research).

November 14, 2022 0 Comments
A NOAA-funded startup innovates for social good

A NOAA-funded startup innovates for social good

As the catastrophic Colorado wildfires of late 2020 burned out of control, a small company based in Fort Collins, Colorado, decided to use the event as a rare opportunity to test a brand-new technology.

November 9, 2022 0 Comments
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