AOS and GFDL scientists were among 25 scientists from fields ranging from astrophysics to oceanography to biogeochemistry to robotics who participated in the Young Women's Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics on Friday, March 21st in the Frick Chemistry Laboratory. An annual event launched in 2001, the conference...
News - 2014
Former AOS Postdoc Angélique Melet, currently a postdoc at CNES/LEGOS in France, is the lead author of new paper that explores the combined effects of internal tide– and lee wave–driven mixing on the ocean state. This is the first time the effect of oceanic lee-waves has been parameterized in a climate model.
As chief scientists on the icebreaker R/V Nathaniel B.
GFDL Research Oceanographer Charles Stock, who collaborates with the Sarmiento group, is the coauthor of a new study that uses climate projections from GFDL's ESM2.1 to force an individual-based model of North Atlantic Cod larvae at each of 5 cod spawning sites across the North Atlantic.
Gabriel Vecchi, a lecturer in the Department of Geosciences and the AOS Program and a GFDL researcher, is the co-author of a Perspectives piece on seasonal hurricane predictions appearing in Science February 7.
In a new study led by AOS Research Scholar Meiyun Lin, researchers found that since the mid-1990s, shifts in atmospheric circulation have caused Asian ozone pollution reaching Hawaii to be relatively low in spring but rise significantly in autumn. The findings, published online Jan.