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Kirsten Findell

Kirsten Findell

Using high-powered computers, Kirsten Findell examines floods and droughts, land-atmosphere interactions, and land cover and land use change.

September 9, 2011 0 Comments
Hongyan Zhang

Hongyan Zhang

Hongyan Zhang, Ph.D., uses computer models to investigate various topics, like the impact of invasive mussels on plankton, the occurrence of blue-green algal blooms, and the effectiveness of the phosphorous reduction program in Lake Erie.

August 4, 2011 0 Comments
LaToya Myles

LaToya Myles

A deep breath of fresh, clean air is truly satisfying. Beyond that pleasure, the public benefits of clean air are enormous – fewer cases of lung cancer, asthma, and other respiratory ailments; and fewer pollutants in the environment which can harm plants and animals everywhere.

May 20, 2011 0 Comments
Shirley Murillo

Shirley Murillo

NOAA research meteorologist Shirley Murillo examines how hurricane winds change as they make landfall.

May 13, 2011 0 Comments
Samantha Joye

Samantha Joye

A professor of marine science at the University of Georgia, Samantha Joye, Ph.D., studies the natural microbial processes that breakdown oil and gas in the environment.

April 15, 2011 0 Comments
Michelle Wood

Michelle Wood

Michelle Wood, Ph.D., uses tools from genetics, cell biology, oceanography, and remote sensing to explore connections between microorganisms in the sea and the physical processes influence them.

April 12, 2011 0 Comments
Shirley Pomponi

Shirley Pomponi

Shirley Pomponi, director of NOAA’s Cooperative Institute for Ocean Exploration, Research and Technology, thrives on exploration and being at sea. She has made more than 300 dives in submersibles.

April 5, 2011 0 Comments
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