Ángel F. Adames-Corraliza, JISAO’s first intern in 2009, will receive the 2018 James R. Holton Award at AGU’s Fall Meeting 2018, to be held 10–14 December in Washington, D.Continue reading at EOS
By Yasemin Saplakoglu, Live Science
A returning patch of warm water in the Northern Pacific Ocean called “the blob” could spell wonky weather for the U.S.
On October 3rd, four Saildrones were launched from Keehi Marine Center in Honolulu, HI to begin a six-month research mission in the tropical Pacific Ocean.Follow the mission blog
From the Yakima Herald by Donald W. Meyers.
Temperatures may be dropping as fall settles on the Yakima Valley, but climate forecasters say we could be looking at a warmer-than-average winter.Continue reading at the Yakima Herald
By Glenn Farley, King 5 News
Scientists in Washington see a troubling comparison between the deadly tsunami in Indonesia to Puget Sound and local lakes.
El Nino winters often bring warmer than normal temperatures and below normal snowfall. That would mean warmer and drier temperatures for the months of December, January and February in the Inland Northwest.Watch interview with Nick Bond at KREM 2
JISAO’s Nick Bond joins New Day Northwest and gives updates on Hurricane Florence and talks about the cause of these massive storms.Watch video at King5 New Day Northwest
Shift in Large-Scale Atlantic Circulation Causes Lower-Oxygen Water to Invade Canada’s Gulf of St. Lawrence
By Hannah Hickey, UW News
The Gulf of St. Lawrence has warmed and lost oxygen faster than almost anywhere else in the global oceans.
By Katie Frankowicz, The Daily Astorian
Imagine a hangover that lasts for years.
In 2013 and 2014, a mass of warm water formed off the West Coast.