×

News and Events

More News
Sixteenth Annual NOAA CREST Day at CCNY
Posted on April 28, 2017 Nearly 180 high school and college students from across New York City participated in the 16th Annual NOAA CREST Day at The City College of New York / CUNY campus.
Sixteenth Annual NOAA CREST Day at CCNY

NOAA-CREST Fellow Wins Oral Presentation Award at AMS
Posted on April 4, 2017 Ph.D. Candidate, Luis E. Ortiz earned the Outstanding Oral Presentation Award at the AMS conference for his talk, "Urban Impacts on New York City Weather During a Heat Wave."
NOAA CREST Fellow Wins Oral Presentation Award at AMS

New York City Urban Hydro-Meteorological Testbed
Posted on March 24, 2017 A group of NOAA-CREST scientists initiated a flash flood project to help create a citywide map with an early warning system to help city administrators, including local decision-makers, devise effective emergency management plans.
New York City Urban Hydro-Meteorological Testbed

Climate breaks multiple records in 2016, with global impacts
Posted on March 21, 2017 WMO issues annual statement on the State of the Global Climate ahead of World Meteorological Day on 23 March, noting that 2016's extreme weather and climate conditions have continued into 2017.
Climate breaks multiple records in 2016, with global impacts

CESSRST Fellow studies water content in Colorado snowpack
Posted on March 15, 2017 CESSRST Fellow Carlos Luis Pérez Díaz was among researchers who participated in the NASA SnowEx campaign, in Grand Mesa, Colorado February 1-28, 2017.
CESSRST Fellow studies water content in Colorado snowpack

Carbon dioxide levels rose at record pace for 2nd straight year
Posted on March 13, 2017 Carbon dioxide levels measured at NOAA’s Mauna Loa Baseline Atmospheric Observatory rose by 3 parts per million to 405.1 parts per million (ppm) in 2016, an increase that matched the record jump observed in 2015.
Carbon dioxide levels rose at record pace for 2nd straight year

Late winter ‘heatwave’ hits the U.S. in February
Posted on March 6, 2017 Temperatures recorded during a four-day period in late February 2017 across the central and eastern United States were extraordinary for the end of meteorological winter—December through February.
Late winter ‘heatwave’ hits the U.S. in February

Weather Camp
Posted on February 8, 2017 The Weathercamp at the City University of New York is a two week program for high school students from the New York City metropolitan area, and has been offered free of charge to 6-12 students selected via an application process since 2009
Weather Camp

As climate changes, NYC prepares for massive floods
Posted on February 2, 2017 Rising sea levels threaten the coastal U.S., low-lying but densely populated regions like New York City are rethinking their approach to the built environment. A new National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration report warns that in the worst cases, parts of America could experience sea-level rises of as much as eight feet by 2100.
As climate changes, NYC prepares for massive floods

NOAA CESSRST Collaborative Research
Posted on February 1, 2017 The Cooperative Science Center for Earth System Sciences and Remote Sensing Technologies brings together world class research capabilities for remote sensing technology consisting of: exemplary faculty and research staff; advanced computational facilities; instrumentation for direct readout of satellite data and/or...
NOAA CESSRST Collaborative Research

Page 8 of 9 pages ‹ First  < 6 7 8 9 > 

News Archive
Categories
Upcoming Events
NOAA Webinar: Pursuing a Career with the NEFSC
January 11, 2021
NOAA EPP/MSI CSC Education Webinar Series : Social Science Integration at the CSCs
January 6, 2021
NOAA EPP/MSI CSC Education Webinar Series :  Graduate School or Internship opportunities
January 6, 2021

View More Events