Office: Marine Science Center, Room 355
Dr. Dughong Min joined the University of Miami‘s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (RSMAS)/CCS as an assistant scientist in 2008. His research activities includes state-of-the-art ocean data assimilation for intra-seasonal to inter-annual climate prediction, numerical climate prediction and predictability experiments, and real-time climate prediction.
Dr. Min is also one of the key architects of the interactive ensemble coupling strategy as applied to the National Science Foundation’s climate model (Community Earth System Model CESM). Indeed, this activity has lead to a major National Science Foundation grant, which supports collaborative efforts to run high-resolution, century-long simulations of the Earth System that are designed to test the importance of atmospheric weather noise at unresolved scales in climate variability.