NOAA Climate & Global Change


Alumni Class 8

   

BRUCE ANDERSON

  • Research Topic: Atmospheric Modeling & Regional Hydrology
  • PhD Institution: Scripps Institution of Oceanography
  • Host: MIT, Dara Entekhabi
  • Appointment: 1998 - 2000
  • Current Position: Associate Professor, Dept. of Earth & Environment - Boston University

pictureCLAUDIA BENITEZ-NELSON

  • Research Topic: Bio-geo-chem
  • PhD Institution: WHOI/MIT
  • Host: University of Hawaii, David Karl
  • Appointment: 1998 - 2000
  • Current Position: Distinguished Professor in Marine Science, Earth & Ocean Sciences, University of South Carolina

pictureKE CHEN

  • Research Topic: Impacts-River Basin Management
  • PhD Institution: Western Michigan University
  • Host: Lamont-Doherty (CIESEN), Robert Chen
  • Appointment: 1998 - 2000
  • Current Position: Professional in sustainable development, renewable energy and carbon, The Beijing Rural Well-off Economy & Technology Development Center (Guonong), Carbonwise123 (formerly FZYvision Consulting)

pictureRALPH FOSTER

  • Research Topic: Planetary Boundary Layer
  • PhD Institution: University of Washington
  • Host: PMEL and Hayes Center, Michael McPhaden, Bradley Smull
  • Appointment: 1998 - 2001
  • Current Position: Principal Physicist, Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington

pictureFRANZ GEIGER

  • Research Topic: Tropospheric Chemistry
  • PhD Institution: Georgetown University
  • Host: MIT, Mario Molina
  • Appointment: 1999 - 2001
  • Current Position: Professor, Department of Chemistry, The Geiger Laboratories at Northwestern University

pictureNICHOLAS GRUBER

  • Research Topic: Carbon
  • PhD Institution: University of Bern
  • Host: Princeton University, Jorge Sarmiento
  • Appointment: 1998 - 2000
  • Current Position: Professor, Environmental Physics, ETH Zurich

 

pictureJOANN LYSNE
  • Research Topic: Physical Oceanography
  • PhD Institution: Texas A&M University
  • Host: National Center for Atmospheric Research/CGD, Clara Deser
  • Appointment: 1998 - 2000

 

pictureJANE TERANES

  • Research Topic: Paleo-precipitation
  • PhD Institution: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
  • Hosts: University of Michigan, Ted Moore, David Rea
  • Appointment: 1998 - 2000
  • Current Position: Academic Coordinator, SIO Department, Scripps Institution of Oceanography