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McConnellsWxBot 22m
Rain. Low around 34. North northeast wind around 8 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible. data via .
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Rafael de Ameller 1h
Amazing presentation by Bianca at the booth
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Alessandro Raffa 11h
RT NOAANCEIclimate: December 10: While abnormal dryness was mostly wiped out in California and Nevada, abnormally dry conditions now cover most of Oregon and Washington and parts of neighboring Idaho. …
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Joseph Rahme, PhD., Eng. Dec 11
Have been honored to chair a Conference Paper during the 2019 Winter Simulation Conference.
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CIturraLab 16h
Drifters from the NOAA that traveled around the Chilean sea (South Pacific)
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QUEEN REEN👑 Dec 10
Due to warming in the Arctic, access to our subsistence foods is shrinking and becoming more hazardous to hunt and fish. At the same time, thawing permafrost and more frequent and higher storm surges increasingly threatens our homes, schools, airports, and utilities.
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Adiyogi Dhananjay Singh 16h
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M. Sullivan 12h
Great visuals and messaging in this 3-minute video. The video accompanies the release of the 2019 , coordinated by with wide international authorship.
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Alessandro Raffa 11h
RT NOAANCEIclimate: December 10: The Four Corners region remains in severe drought, but drought conditions abated in southern and western Arizona, western Utah, and parts of New Mexico.
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Alessandro Raffa 11h
RT NOAANCEIclimate: December 10 : Moderate to extreme drought covers 9.5% of the United States including Puerto Rico. Abnormal dryness and drought are currently affecting over 55 million people across the Uni…
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Susanna Quer Dec 10
"Let do your work" Ann Allen in presented amazing deep machine learning project! Their first results are public and so will the code be!
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ABR Dec 11
The 2019 Arctic Report Card is out, reminding us that our Arctic home is warming at an unprecedented rate—more than twice the rate as the rest of the planet. Check it out:
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UCAR CPAESS 10h
One of our NOAA Climate & Global Change fellows, Melissa Breeden, delivering her talk on Diagnosing North Pacific Blocking using Linear Inverse Model at !
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Merrie Neely Dec 11
has a question for NOAA CoastWatch Program Manager Dr. Veronica Lance at the booth during
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UCAR CPAESS Dec 9
We are beyond delighted that Dr. Wayne Higgins just announced an increase in postdoctoral positions in the NOAA Climate & Global Change fellowship! Way to grow climate leaders!
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Caribbean disaster 19h
Yes we are -UN POLICIES ARE WRONG 1 HUNGER IS INCORRECT -2 NO ONE LEFT BEHIND (IS ) Holding up a fast forward to act effectively on addressing climate change--’s Arctic Report card 2019: We’re failing in every category possible.
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Brigitte Rubidoux 4h
Why isn't this being talked about more? The & Trump are pushing 5G forward despite warnings from & about it affecting our ability to predict hurricanes & severe weather events. Weather forecasts could downgrade to 1980 levels 30% worse than what it is today.
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Brian LaMarre Dec 9
Congratulations to Keily Delerme on her first day as our newest meteorologist . Keily was previously a meteorologist and started her NWS career while a meteorology student .
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Alessandro Raffa Dec 11
RT NOAAFisheries: Nearly $23 million in oil spill settlement funds will be used to develop & implement tools & techniques to reduce risks to marine mammals from vessel collisions, ocean noise, & human-caus…
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AESS 5h
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