Global Systems Division Science Review 2015

Boulder, Colorado
November 3-5, 2015

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Goal

Laboratory science reviews are conducted every five years to evaluate the quality, relevance, and performance of research conducted in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) laboratories. This review is for both internal OAR/NOAA use for planning, programming, and budgeting, and external interests. It helps the Laboratory in its strategic planning of its future science. These reviews are also intended to ensure that OAR laboratory research is linked to the NOAA Strategic Plan, is relevant to NOAA Research mission and priorities, is of high quality as judged by preeminence criteria, and is carried out with a high level of performance.

This review will cover the ESRL/Global Systems Division research since 2010. The research themes are:

  • Numerical Weather Prediction
  • Decision Support
  • Advanced Technologies

Contact Jennifer Mahoney for questions regarding the review.

  • Hurricane Sandy captured by GOES-13 satellite
    Hurricane Sandy captured by GOES-13 satellite
  • School kids watching an SOS demonstration - Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago
    SOS® Demonstration for Students - Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago
  • Flow-following Finite-volume Icosahedral Model (FIM)
    Flow-following Finite-volume Icosahedral Model (FIM)
  • High Performance Computing at GSD
    High Performance Computing at GSD
  • High-Resolution Rapid Refresh Model image
    High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR)
    Tuscaloosa tornado predicted with local accuracy
  • Integrated Support for Impacted Air-Traffic Environments
    Integrated Support for Impacted Air-Traffic Environments (INSITE)
  • NOAA Earth Information System (NEIS)
    NOAA Earth Information System (NEIS)
  • AWIPSII
    AWIPS II

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