AOML Laboratory Review

Research Reviews

Laboratories within NOAA’s office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research are reviewed every five years to evaluate the quality, relevance, and performance of research conducted at the lab. They evaluate the management and impact of the lab in the framework of its strategic plan and other priorities and guidance from Congress, NOAA and OAR. Laboratory Reviews strategically position the lab for planning future science and deliver to stakeholders the benefits of NOAA research.

2019 AOML Laboratory Review

AOML’s most recent Laboratory Review took place November 19-21, 2019, in Miami, Florida.

Review Agenda

In-person participation is by invitation only. Presentations will be broadcast via GoToWebinar.

NOAA Research Strategic Plan

OAR’s strategic approach to supporting NOAA’s mission.

Our Charter

Learn what guides research priorities.

Charge to Reviewers

See how reviewers are asked to evaluate us.

Reviewer Summary Report

See how reviewers evaluated us, and their recommendations.

 

Review Presentations

AOML Overview

AOML Overview-Β  John Cortinas, PhD, AOML Director

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Overview of AOML physical infrastructure management plans- LCDR Andrew Colegrove, AOML Associate Director

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Overview of NOAA Research and Charge to Reviewers- Gary Matlock, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Science
Office of Oceanic & Atmospheric Research

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Partnership with the University of Miami’s Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies (CIMAS)- Ben Kirtman, CIMAS Director

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CIMAS Lighting presentation: The Value of Improved Hurricane Forecasts- Renato Molina

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Hurricane Research and Modeling

Overview of Hurricane Research and Modeling- Frank Marks, ScD, Hurricane Research Division Director

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Tropical cyclone observations from NOAA’s hurricane field program- John Zawislak, PhD (CIMAS)

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Development of new technologies for real-time monitoring of tropical cyclone intensity, structure, and environment- Jason Dunion, PhD (CIMAS)

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Using airborne observations to better characterize and understand the physical processes of tropical cyclones- Rob Rogers, PhD (AOML/HRD)

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Optimizing observing systems strategies for tropical cyclone applications- Lidia Cucurull, PhD (AOML/HRD)

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Leveraging partnerships to improve assimilation of reconnaissance data- Jason Sippel, PhD (AOML/HRD)

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Advances in Tropical Cyclone Forecast Modeling Systems- S. Gopalakrishnan, PhD (AOML/HRD)

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Advances in model evaluation of tropical cyclone track, intensity, and structure forecasts- Gus Alaka, PhD (AOML/HRD)

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Partnerships supporting transitions to operations- Shirley Murillo (AOML/HRD)

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Physical Oceanography and its Impact on Weather and Climate

Overview of Physical Oceanography and its Impact on Weather and Climate- Gustavo Goni, PhD, Physical Oceanography Division Director

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Contributions to the Global Ocean Observing System- Rick Lumpkin, PhD (AOML/PHOD)

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Meridional Overturning Circulation in the Atlantic Ocean- Denis Volkov, PhD (CIMAS)

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Ocean Transport Monitoring- Shenfu Dong, PhD (AOML/PHOD)

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The Meridional Overturning Circulation and extreme weather events- Hosmay Lopez, PhD (CIMAS)

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The Tropical Atlantic Observing System- Renellys Perez, PhD (AOML/PHOD)

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The Oceans and Ecosystems- Sang-Ki Lee, PhD (AOML/PHOD)

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Ocean Studies and Monitoring for Hurricane Forecasts- George Halliwell, PhD (AOML/PHOD)

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Assessment of Attributions of Sea Level Changes in the US- Ricardo Domingues (CIMAS)

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Ocean Chemistry & Ecosystems

Overview of Ocean Chemistry and Ecosystems- Jim Hendee, PhD, Ocean Chemistry and Ecosystems Division DirectorΒ 

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From Atmosphere to Ocean; tracking carbon via ships- Denis Pierrot, PhD (CIMAS)

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Understanding Ocean Acidification on the regional scale in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico- Leticia Barbero, PhD (CIMAS)

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Technologies to monitor and protect coral reefs in an era of global change- Ian Enochs, PhD (AOML/OCED)

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In-situ climate change & ocean acidification monitoring of US coral reefs- Derek Manzello, PhD (AOML/OCED)

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Global climate predictions for coral reef ecosystems- Ruben van Hooidonk, PhD (CIMAS)

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β€˜Omics: New technologies to address the NOAA mission- Kelly Goodwin, PhD (AOML/OCED)

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Collaborative Red Tide research to improve community resilience- Chris Kelble, PhD (AOML/OCED)

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Using Integrated Ecosystem Assessments to improve resource management- Kelly Montenero (CIMAS)

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Previous Laboratory Reviews

AOML completed its previous Laboratory Research Review March 4-6, 2014. The Final Review Panel Summary Report and Laboratory Final Report are now publicly available on our website. You can also browse presentations for each research theme below.

Strategic Plan

Learn how AOML supports NOAA’s goals in our strategic plan.

Our Charter

Learn what guides research priorities.

Review Agenda

How we present our program to the reviewers.

Review Panel Guidance

How our reviewers are asked to evaluate us.

Reviewer Summary Report

Read how reviewers rated us.

2014 Review Report

See how we addressed recommendations in our final review report.

AOML Overview

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