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March 1st, 2023 - NOAA scientists harness machine learning to advance climate models

Scientists at NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory are Tapping into Machine Learning to Better Understand the Impacts of Climate Change on our Oceans and Atmosphere When you hear the term “machine learning,” you might think of controversial chatbots or the algorithms that govern your social media feeds. But NOAA GFDL scientists are investigating how to […]

July 7th, 2022 - Sarah Kapnick named NOAA chief scientist

Former GFDL scientist Sarah Kapnick, Ph.D. was named NOAA’s chief scientist today. Kapnick will serve as the senior scientist for the agency, advancing policy and program direction for NOAA’s science and technology priorities. She is the third woman in NOAA’s history to be appointed to this role. An executive with 18 years of experience at […]

January 7th, 2022 - GFDL scientists among worldwide 2021 Highly-Cited Researchers

Five scientists from the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab are among 15 overall representing NOAA as top-cited researchers worldwide. The Clarivate Analytics 2021 Highly Cited Researchers list annually identifies international researchers who demonstrated significant influence in their fields over the past decade. GFDL is represented this year by Senior Scientist Thomas Delworth, Oceanographer John Dunne, as well as Physical Scientists Stephen […]

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