Environmental & Climate Sciences Department Seminar
"Coupled Air-Sea Modeling in Coastal Regions"
Presented by Julie Pullen, Stevens Institute of Technology
Thursday, March 17, 2016, 11:00 am — Conference Room, Bldg 815E
This talk will highlight modeling efforts focused on probing the dynamics of the air and sea in the complex coastal zone utilizing high-resolution (~1 km) coupled models. Results will cover the ocean response to atmospheric flows around island topography (Philippines and Madeira), as well as sea breeze interactions with city morphology (New York and Tokyo) - and associated transport & dispersion applications.
Dr. Julie Pullen is an Associate Professor in Ocean Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology. She uses high-resolution coupled ocean-atmosphere modeling in order to understand and forecast the dynamics of coastal urban regions throughout the world. Applications include predicting chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) dispersion in coastal cities in the event of a terrorist or accidental release. She has served on the steering team for field studies in urban air dispersion (DHS/DTRA NYC Urban Dispersion Program) and archipelago oceanography (ONR Philippines Straits Dynamics Experiment). She is a member of the international GODAE Coastal Ocean and Shelf Seas Task Team and is the physical oceanography councilor for The Oceanography Society. Dr. Pullen earned her Ph.D. in Physical Oceanography at Oregon State University and did postdoctoral work at the Naval Research Laboratory's Marine Meteorology Division. She is an Adjunct Research Scientist at Columbia's Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory.
Hosted by: Bob McGraw
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