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Western Boundary Time Series Cruise Extends Decades-Long Data Series
Research has shown that changes in the Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC) are correlated with variations in socially important environmental conditions such as coastal sea levels, surface air temperature and precipitation patterns, and extreme weather dynamics such as hurricane intensification.

DIVISION PROJECT REPORT

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

Ocean dynamics played key role in Antarctic sea ice changes during past decades
AOML Oceanographer Sang-Ki Lee and his colleagues used an ocean and sea-ice coupled model to show that ocean dynamics played key role in Antarctica's sea ice changes during past decades. This research* was selected as an Editor's highlight for the Journal of Geophysical Research.

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

Wind-driven ocean influences on the contrasting sea-ice trends around West Antarctica.
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Advances in the applications of surface drifters.
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Contrasting patterns of phytoplankton pigments and chemotaxonomic groups along 30°S in the subtropical South Atlantic.
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A meridional dipole in pre-monsoon Bay of Bengal tropical cyclone activity induced by ENSO.
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An improved surface velocity climatology for the global ocean from drifter observations.
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PhOD VIDEOS

PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY SEMINARS

seminar room
  • Claudia Schmid
  • August 17, 2017 at 3:00PM (EST)
  • On the structure and variability of the Meridional Overturning Circulation in the subtropical North Atlantic.
  • Go To Meeting
  • Sang-Ki Lee
  • September 5, 2017 at 10:00AM (EST)
  • On the fragile relationship between ENSO and California rainfall.
  • Go To Meeting
  • Gregory Foltz
  • September 7, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
  • Inter-basin differences in the relationship between SST and tropical cyclone intensification.
  • Go To Meeting
  • Shenfu Dong
  • September 12, 2017 at 3:00PM (EST)
  • Near-surface Salinity and Temperature Structure Observed with Dual-Sensor Drifters in the Subtropical South Pacific.
  • Go To Meeting
  • Fabian Gomez
  • October 5, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
  • TBA
  • Renellys Perez
  • October 17, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
  • TBA
  • George Halliwell
  • November 7, 2017 at 11:00AM (EST)
  • Strategies to Improve the Analysis and Prediction of Ocean Mesoscale Variability Evaluated in the OSSE Framework.
  • Go To Meeting
  • Libby Johns
  • November 11, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
  • TBA

CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES

  • Postdoctoral Associate
  • Argo Analysis of Oceanic Variability
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100015914)
  • Postdoctoral Associate
  • Physical Oceanography and Climate Dynamics
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100030207)
  • Assistant Scientist
  • Oceanic Variability and Atlantic MOC
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100017219)
  • Research Associate II
  • Argo Data Analysis
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100015912)
  • NRC Postdoctoral Research Associateship Program
  • Inter-Ocean Exchanges in the South Atlantic and Their Link to Global Monsoons
  • NRC Research Associateship Programs
  • Tropical Ocean-Atmosphere Variability and Extreme Weather
  • NRC Research Associateship Programs
  • Observational and Modeling Studies of AMOC
  • NRC Research Associateship Programs
  • Spatial and Temporal Ocean Circulation Variability
Postdoctoral Associate - Please let us know if are you interested in joining our team as a Postdoctoral Associate working on a field of research closely related to our divisional objectives. You may contact Gustavo Goni for additional details.
For questions regarding these CIMAS positions, please contact Gustavo Goni at (305) 361-4339.