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March 29, 2018
Date: Thursday, March 29, 2018
Time: 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Location: City College of New York, Marshak Science Building, Rm. 107
Speaker: Dr. Thomas M. Smith
Title: "GOES-16, Now Operational GOES-East"
About the speaker:
Dr. Thomas M. Smith is a Physical Scientist at Satellite Applications and Research/NOAA and CICS/ESSIC/University of Maryland. He pursued his undergraduate degree in mathematics and MS in meteorology, both from Rutgers University. Dr. Smith has a PhD in oceanography from University of Delaware. Dr. Smith spend the summer of 1985 at NASA/GISS doing research for his MS and also was UCAR post-doctoral fellow at NOAA/CPC (1990-91) and then was hired by NOAA/CPC 1991. Transferred to NOAA/NESDIS in 2000, first at NCEI and then at STAR since 2007. Dr. Thomas Smith work has mostly involved data analysis, including model-output and observations, for better understanding large-scale climate variations. Some analyses contributed to have also been used to help weather and climate prediction.
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