Meridional overturning circulation.
Data analysis and uncertainty estimation.
Large-scale ocean circulation.
Climate change and climate modeling.
Marlos Goes, PhD.
Oceanographer (University of Miami/CIMAS), Physical Oceanography Division
“Humboldt, ‘the first of travellers’, but not
The last, if late accounts be accurate,
Invented, by some name I have forgot,
As well as the sublime discovery’s date,
An airy instrument, with which he sought
To ascertain the atmospheric state,
By measuring ‘the intensity of the blue’:
O, Lady Amphitrite! Let me measure you!”
(Adapted from Lord Byron)
Dr. Marlos Goes is an Associate Scientist at the Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies (CIMAS) and the Physical Oceanography department at AOML. Dr. Goes received his Masters and PhD from the Oceanographic Institute of the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and worked as a postdoctoral associate at the Pennsylvania State University. His primary interest is understanding and predicting the large-scale oceanic variability, and assessing its impacts on Earth’s climate.
Dr. Goes joined CIMAS and AOML in 2010 as an Assistant Scientist, before becoming an Associate Scientist in 2020. Since joining CIMAS, Dr. Goes has worked and published papers on geoengineering, the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, western boundary and equatorial currents, sea level variability, ocean observing system optimization, improving instrumentation, air-sea interaction, paleoceanography, climate modeling, Bayesian statistics and data analysis.
Impact of the ocean on extreme precipitation
Sea level variability of eastern boundary of the Atlantic Ocean
XBT transect network
The past, present and future of the Atlantic Overturning Circulation
1999, B.S. Physics, University of Campinas, Brazil
2001, M.S. Oceanography, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
2006, Ph. D. Oceanography, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
- Kilbourne, K.H., A.D. Wanamaker, P. Moffa-Sanchez, D.J. Reynolds, D.E. Amrhein, P.G. Butler, G. Gebbie, M. Goes, M.F. Jansen, C.M. Little, M.J. Mette, E. Moreno-Chamarro, P. Ortega, B.L. Otto-Bliesner, T. Rossby, J. Scourse, and N.M. Whitney. Atlantic circulation change still uncertain. Nature Geoscience, 15(3):165-167, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41561-022-00896-4 2022
- Parks, J., F. Bringas, R. Cowley, C.P. Hanstein, L. Krummel, J. Sprintall, L. Cheng, M. Cirano, S. Cruz, M.P. Goes, S. Kizu, and F. Reseghetti. XBT operational best practices for quality assurance. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9:991760, https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2022.991760 2022
- Volkov, D.L., C. Schmid, L. Chomiak, C. Germineaud, S. Dong, and M. Goes. Interannual to decadal sea level variability in the subpolar North Atlantic: The role of propagating signals. Ocean Science, 18(6):1741-1762, https://doi.org/10.5194/os-18-1741-2022 2022
CIMAS Cash-in-a-Flash Award 2021
For outstanding work as lead advisor for RSMAS graduate students.