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NASA Ocean Satellites, Supercomputers, And Climate Science - Livestream

Learn more about climate science at NASA with Dr. Dimitris Menemenlis, a research scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology. Working with the Estimating the Circulation and Climate of the Ocean, or ECCO, Menemenlis and colleagues attempt to make the best possible estimates of ocean circulation and use these to investigate ocean interactions with sea ice, land ice, atmosphere, coastal processes, and biogeochemical cycles.

Recently, he worked with visualization experts at NASA’s Ames Research Center to release a new database that allows a broader community of researchers to explore hundreds of videos and images pre-computed from ECCO’s 1/48° simulation run on NASA supercomputers; the precomputed visualizations require much less effort to view. To access the database, see: https://ecco-group.org/world-of-ecco.htm.

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Friday, 05/21/21


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