Climate, Oceanography, and Weather

Research in climate dynamics, ocean, and weather at Georgia Tech aims to better understand fundamental atmospheric and oceanic processes, global and regional climate variability, transport of energy and water vapor, hydroclimate, paleoclimate, and tropical ocean-atmosphere ocean interactions. Paleoclimate research at Georgia Tech is focused on reconstructing and understanding abrupt climate change and the long-term behavior of the tropical climate system. Research on marine systems includes both the coastal zone and open ocean problems including ocean modeling, sea-level rise, biogeochemical cycling, remote sensing and paleoceanography. Our students are trained with a variety of observational, theoretical, computational, and data science approaches to explore underlying dynamics and to conduct cutting-edge research towards improved understanding and predictions.

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