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March 15, 2022

2022 Women's History Month Spotlight: Ligia Bernardet

Meet Ligia Bernardet is GSL's Earth Prediction Advancement Division Deputy Chief!What was your career path to get here? I have worked for GSL (which had a different name back then) since 2003. I grew up in Brazil where I did my undergraduate and master's work with great mentors. Then I moved to Colorado and got my Ph.D. in atmospheric sciences f...

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March 08, 2022

2022 International Women's Day Spotlight: Christina Holt

2022 International Women's Day Spotlight: Christina Holt!What is your position at GSL?I work for CIRES as a Research Associate in AVID, and am lucky enough to work on several projects with folks across other GSL Divisions and NOAA Centers, too. Many of the projects I work on are related to supporting the advancement of the Unified Forecast Syste...

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March 07, 2022

GSL hands off a major MADIS release for 30 Sept 2022 deployment

GSL’s Meteorological Assimilation and Data Ingest System (MADIS) team handed off MADIS version 4.0 code to NCEP Central Operations on January 29, 2022, with operational deployment scheduled for 30 September 2022. Major additions include running on the latest versions of Operating System (OS) and Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) software, the abi...

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March 07, 2022

2021 NOAA Research Outstanding Publication Award

Improvements to Lake-Effect Snow Forecasts Using a One-Way Air–Lake Model Coupling Approach - Journal of HydrometeorologyGSL scientists are co-authors on a publication that has been awarded the 2021 NOAA Research Outstanding Publication - Weather. “Improvements to Lake-Effect Snow Forecasts Using a ONe-Way Air-Lake Model Coupling Approach” was p...

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March 01, 2022

Community Spotlight: Reaching underserved communities with GSL’s Science On a Sphere Explorer

Welcome to Women History Month! Learning about the contributions and stories of female scientists is important to highlight not only during this month but during the year. So often, we allow the commitments of the day to supersede our want and desire to share GSL science with the broader community.We at NOAA’s Global Systems Laboratory (GSL) are...

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February 24, 2022

The challenge of inspiring change in meteorology leadership: An Interview with GSL Deputy Director

GSL Deputy Director DaNa Carlis was interviewed by AccuWeather about his own journey and how to increase diversity in the field of meteorology. Watch the six-minute video here!

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