AOES Expertise on Display at Climate Meeting [5 Oct update]

5 October 2017 Update: NOAA Research leads to a new milestone in improving operational predictions from weeks to seasons

AOES Climate Dynamics has a strong presence at the NMME/SubX Meeting this fall at the NOAA Center for Weather and Climate Prediction (NCWCP). NMME is North American Multi-Model Ensemble, a national effort to improve seasonal climate forecasts by using climate models run by a number of institutions. SubX is the Subseasonal Experiment, concentrating on predicting climate change on scales shorter than a season.

AOES Assistant Professor (and Climate Dynamics Doctoral Program alumn) Kathy Pegion is one of the four organizers of the meeting, along with former AOES faculty member Ben Kirtman. Current students Teresa Cicerone and Bohar Singh and Professor Tim DelSole are participating, as are Climate Dynamics Program alumni Emerson LaJoie, Nala Barapusetty, Lakshmi Krishnamurthy, Rob Burgmann, Kristi Arsenault and Deepthi Achuthavarier.