to the Ocean Observing and Modeling Group (OMG) in
the Department of Marine, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, North Carolina State University.
Research interests in our group include:
modeling and data assimilation
ocean observing system
Our approach is to use in-situ and remote
sensing observations, numerical models and data analysis and assimilation
methods to examine fundamental ocean circulation physics, and to gain an
integrated understanding of their interactions with atmosphere, and ocean
biological, geological, and chemical processes.
We welcome interested students and
researchers to visit and join OMG.
OMG Marine Nowcast & Forecast:
Atlantic Bight and Gulf of Mexico (ocean circulation, ocean wave, marine
weather, and marine biology)
Gulf of Maine
(ocean circulation, and harmful algal bloom)
OMG Mailing Address:
Office: 4139, 4141, 4149
Lab: 4133, 4145, 2114
Jordan Hall, MEAS
2800 Faucette Drive
North Carolina State Univ.
Raleigh, NC 27695