The oceans drive our climate system. Learn how an increasing number of companies like Salient Predictions are using signals in long-term ocean patterns, soil moisture, sea ice, and snow cover to make much longer predictions than what you might see on your daily weather app.
NOAA’s Technology Partnerships Office serves the U.S. economy by transferring government-developed scientific and technological innovations to commercial applications, facilitating strategic public-private partnerships, and investing in small business research and development.
RAdio Detection And Ranging, or RADAR, was developed during World War II and has gone on to benefit society beyond wartimes. Did you know RADAR detects rain, snow, tornado debris, and even bugs and birds?
Weather and climate is big business, but business value creation is not always created with only running the best weather models. Instead, value is generated when weather companies solve customer problems.
In the Arctic, climate change is occurring four times more rapidly than the rest of the world. It's also where we have significant data and science gaps and where foreign policy challenges are magnified. Marisol Maddox from the Wilson Center joins the Triple Point for an enlightening discussion.