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Research Spotlight: Moored Ocean Buoy Tracks Marine Carbon Cycle Variations
Years of data from a North Pacific ocean station show that the ocean's ability to pull carbon out of the atmosphere is controlled by biological and physical processes that change between seasons.
Schreyer Scholar Investigates Climate Science, Oceanography Through NOAA Program
While pursuing two bachelor’s degrees and one master’s degree concurrently, Penn State student Ryan Creedon has found numerous ways to get closer to his dream of becoming a professor.
2015 Another Tough Year for Northwest Climate
While much of the center of the country is expected to be wetter than normal from June through August, how wet Washington will be is still a coin toss, says Washington state climatologist Nick Bond.
UW Researcher Finds Warm Water ‘Blob’ in Pacific Ocean, Links to Unusual West Coast Climate
Oceans and atmospheres go through regular fluctuations, but a ‘blob’ of warm water in the Pacific Ocean was created by exceptionally large atmospheric changes, both of which have caused the climate on the West Coast to be rather unusual in recent years.
Whys, Wherefores of California's Nagging Drought
In-depth video offers expert voices on what lies behind historic drought across California and on impacts ahead. California is prone to droughts, and the historic record points to numerous long and severe dry spells.