Earth System Dynamics:
The Determination and Interpretations of the Global Angular Momentum Budget Using EOS

What our research is about:

The objective of our investigation is to develop appropriate Earth system models for analyzing multi-sensor information from EOS observatories, along with in situ data and data from other satellites, to investigate the interactions of the atmosphere, oceans, solid Earth, and cryosphere, as represented by the exchange of angular momentum, mass, and energy among these components. This study will focus on understanding the relationship of changes in the above quantities to global climate change processes. An important issue to be addressed is the impact of global warming on sea-level change.