Congratulations to ATOC Graduate Student Tessa Gorte who received an Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OPSA) at AGU. Each year, the top 2-5 percent of student presenters in each section are awarded an OSPA.
Numerous studies have shown that atmospheric conditions affect wind turbine performance; however, some findings have exposed conflicting results for different locations and diverse analysis methodologies.
Congratulations to ATOC Graduate Student Jessica Tomaszewski who received Outstanding student presentation at the 11th Conference on Weather, Climate, and the New Energy Economy (11Energy), AMS Annual Meeting.
A nuclear war, even a relatively contained conflict, wouldn’t just have devastating consequences for life on land. It could also take a toll on the oceans, according to recent research led by the University of Colorado Boulder and Rutgers University.
This paper investigates interannual variability of the tropical Indian Ocean (IO) upwelling through analyzing satellite and in situ observations from 1993 to 2016 using the conventional Static Linear Regression Model (SLM) and Bayesian Dynamical Linear Model (DLM), and performing experiments using a linear ocean model.