Global Modeling and Assimilation Office (610.1) Highlights
Press Releases & Feature Stories
- Not too hot, not too cold – instead, water temperatures in the equatorial Pacific Ocean should be just around normal for the rest of 2016.
- Public access to NASA-funded research data now is just a click away, with the launch of a new agency public access portal.
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- A NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS) Discover supercomputer upgrade will allow NASA Earth scientists to increase the resolution and capabilities of their models for more accurate predictions.
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Southern Africa produces almost a third of the world’s vegetative burning, which sends smoke particles up into the atmosphere, where they eventually mix with stratocumulus clouds over the southeastern Atlantic Ocean. The Observations of Clouds above Aerosols and their Interactions (ORACLES) study is investigating how these particles impact the stratocumulus clouds, which play a key role in both regional and global surface temperatures and precipitation, in order to help improve current climate models.
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