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DIVISION PROJECT REPORT

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

Project Explores Deep Ocean Heat Accumulation in the South Pacific
One of the most challenging questions in global climate change studies today is how quickly, or if, heat that accumulates within the Earth system penetrates into the deep ocean. Scientists with the University of Miami (UM), AOML, and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) recently tackled this question by using a combination of present-day satellite and in situ observing systems to study the distribution of heat in the oceans.

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

Contrasting patterns of phytoplankton pigments and chemotaxonomic groups along 30°S in the subtropical South Atlantic.
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Impact of assimilating underwater glider data on Hurricane Gonzalo (2014) forecast.
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A reconstructed South Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation time series since 1870.
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Linking oceanographic processes and marine resources in the western Caribbean Sea Large Marine Ecosystem subarea.
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Advances in the applications of surface drifters.
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PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY SEMINARS

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  • Shenfu Dong
  • June 15, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • Silvia Garzoli
  • July 17, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • Rick Lumpkin
  • July 19, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • Christopher Meinen
  • August 10, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • Claudia Schmid
  • August 17, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • Sang-Ki Lee
  • August 24, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • Gregory Foltz
  • September 7, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • Renellys Perez
  • September 17, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • Marlos Goes
  • September 19, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • George Halliwell
  • September 21, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • Fabian Gomez
  • October 5, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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  • Libby Johns
  • November 11, 2017 at 2:00PM (EST)
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CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES

  • Assistant Scientist
  • Hurricane Studies and Forecasts
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100018552)
  • Assistant Scientist
  • Oceanic Variability and Atlantic MOC
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100017219)
  • Postdoctoral Associate
  • Extratropical Atmospheric Forcing of ENSO
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100019270)
  • Postdoctoral Associate
  • Argo Analysis of Oceanic Variability
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100015914)
  • Postdoctoral Associate
  • Atlantic MOC Observations
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100015908)
  • Postdoctoral Associate
  • South Atlantic MOC Variability
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100015909)
  • Postdoctoral Associate
  • Southward Returning Pathways of AMOC
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100015913)
  • Research Associate II
  • Argo Data Analysis
  • (CIMAS/UM, position #P100015912)
  • Oceanographer (Research), ZP-1360-3/4 (MAP)
  • OAR-AOML-2017-0006 (MAP)
  • Oceanographer (Research), ZP-1360-3/4 (DE/CR)
  • OAR-AOML-2017-0007 (DE/CR)
  • 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.