FSU-COAPS Predicts Above Average Atlantic Hurricane Season
The 5th annual forecast, led by Dr. Tim LaRow, calls for a 70 percent probability of 12 to 17 named storms, including 5 to 10 hurricanes. More >
Gulf Coast Ocean Observing System
A new COAPS GCOOS website provides access to measurements from U.S. Air Force tower N7 in the northern Gulf of Mexico. More >
NOAA: Extreme weather events caused $110 billion in damages in 2012
2012 was the second costliest year since 1980. Sandy was responsible for approximately $65 billion; drought nearly $30 billion. More >
Dr. O'Brien: A legacy in the numbers
Professor Emeritus Jim O'Brien marks a career in mathematical ocean modeling and prolific mentorship in this profile article from "Across the Spectrum," the magazine of the FSU College of Arts and Sciences. More >
Deep-C Consortium Blog: Voices from the Field
Stories from scientists about their ongoing research into the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Your window into the world of research vessels, buoys, gliders, and more! More >
The variability of the Southeast Asian summer monsoon. International Journal of Climatology.
Predictability of dry season reforecasts over the tropical and the sub-tropical South American region. International Journal of Climatology.
Hydrologic impacts of future climate change on Southeast US watersheds. Regional Environmental Change.
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