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Science Team

The international CERES Science Team includes scientists from NASA, NOAA, U.S. universities, France, and Belgium. The team blends expertise in broadband radiometry, cloud and radiation remote sensing, and climate modeling. The science team guides the definition of the CERES instrument and science studies. The science team for CERES/EOS is led by an Instrument Principal Investigator (PI) for the instrument, algorithms, and data system, and by an Interdisciplinary Science PI to study the CERES data in conjunction with other EOS data sets and climate models. The team is organized into working groups to focus on five specific aspects of the measurement and analysis problem.

  • Instrument
  • Cloud Properties
  • Top-of-Atmosphere Radiative Flux
  • Surface and Atmospheric Radiation Budget
  • Temporal Interpolation and Spatial Averaging


Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System (CERES) Science Team

CERES Science Team Location Image

SUNY/SBState University of New York/Stony Brook
OSUOregon State University
CSUColorado State University
ScrippsScripps Institution of Oceanography
GSFCNASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
NOAA/NWSNOAA/National Weather Service
VPI & SUVirginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
UA/HuntsvilleUniversity of Alabama at Huntsville
NOAA/NESDISNOAA/National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service
NOAA/GFDLNOAA/Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
LaRCNASA/Langley Research Center
CNRSCentre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France
RMIBRoyal Meteorological Institute, Belgium
HUHampton University


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