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January 05, 2023

GSL highlights at 2023 American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting

The American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting is GSL's biggest meeting of the year to share our science. We have more than 60 presentations! Highlights are listed below.MONDAY, JANUARY 2023 8:45 - 9:00 CCC 302 Dynamic Ensemble-based Scenarios for Impact-based Decision Support (DESI) - Travis Wilson. DESI is one of the newest multi-ye...

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January 05, 2023

GSL wins CO-Labs Governor’s Award for High Impact Research for Pathfinding Partnerships

NOAA GSL, Chemical Sciences Laboratory (CSL), CIRES, and CIRA researchers, along with NOAA National Weather Service (NWS) Denver/Boulder forecasters, were awarded the CO-LABS 2022 Governor’s Award for High-Impact Research in a ceremony on Wednesday, December 14, 2022 at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. CO-LABS honored the team in the “P...

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December 19, 2022

GSL-NOAA National Hurricane Center experiment for Hurricane Ian

GSL collaborated with the NOAA National Hurricane Center (NHC) to develop the future of storm surge watches and warnings & used Hurricane Ian as a live test.Hurricane Ian was a destructive Category 4 hurricane that struck Florida in September 2022 and is the most deadly in Florida’s history since 1935. The storm brought a catastrophic storm ...

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December 15, 2022

Science On a Sphere Pandemic and Air Quality Live Program

The Science On a Sphere (SOS) team recently released the live program, “The Pandemic & Air Quality,” after presenting at the SOS Users Collaborative Network Workshop in August. The program identified key relationships between the societal response to the pandemic and the air quality implications. SOS technology was a key component of this in...

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November 30, 2022

The future of Impact-based Decision Support Systems (IDSS)

The future of impact-based decision support for weather hazards is being developed by GSL and the NWS. Check out this demo video of the Dynamic Ensemble-based Scenarios for Impact-based Decision Support Services (DESI)GSL and the NWS released an upgraded decision support tool, DESI 2.0, on October 28, 2022. The Dynamic Ensemble-based Scenarios f...

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November 30, 2022

The METexpress Visualization Suite

The NOAA Global Systems Laboratory (GSL) and the Developmental Testbed Center (DTC) have collaboratively developed METexpress, a lightweight, quick-start visualization suite used to retrieve and view data from the advanced Model Evaluation Tools (METplus). METplus is a unified verification system for community model development efforts, and mark...

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