Expert Blog Team

This is not an open commentary blog. However, we have allowed a limited number of contributors to post on their own (or have us post for them).  Their contact information is shown below.

If you would like to contribute material to this blog, please send your email of interest to Carol Janzen at janzen@aoos.org


Richard Thoman, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Fairbanks AK, richard.thoman@noaa.gov

Nate Mantua, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, nate.mantua@noaa.gov

Richard James, Prescient Weather and The World Climate Service, State College, PA, richard.james@prescientweather.com, website: http://www.prescientweather.com

Emanuele Di Lorenzo, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, edl@gatech.edu

Nick Bond, Res. Meteorologist, College of the Environment, Univ. of Washington, nab3met@u.washington.edu

Uma Bhatt, Univ. of AK Fairbanks, Geophysical Institute, Atmospheric Science, usbhatt@alaska.edu

Peter Bieniek, Univ. of AK Fairbanks,  International Arctic Research Center Climatology, pbieniek@alaska.edu

John Walsh, Univ. of AK Fairbanks, Int. Arctic Res. Center Chief Scientist, jwalsh@iarc.uaf.edu

Russ Hopcroft, Univ. of AK Fairbanks, Institute of Marine Science, rrhopcroft@alaska.edu

Seth Danielson, Univ. of AK Fairbanks,  Inst. of Marine Science, Physical Oceanography, sldanielson@alaska.edu

Jamal Moss, NOAA Marine Fisheries Biologist, Ecosystem Monitoring and Assessment, Auke Bay Labs, Jamal.Moss@noaa.gov

Olav Ormseth, NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center, olav.ormseth@noaa.gov

Kris Holdried, NOAA Oceanography, Gulf Watch, kris.holderied@noaa.gov

Scott Pegau, Oceaongraphy and Biology, Oil Spill Recovery Institute, wspegau@pwssc.org

Carol Janzen, AOOS Operations Director and Oceanographer, Blog Administrator janzen@aoos.org

 

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