Dan Lubin

Research Physicist
Oceans and Atmosphere

I study the polar atmosphere and its response to climate change, including surface energy balance components as they impact ice shelves and sea ice, microphysical and optical properties of clouds and aerosols, and dynamical teleconnections between polar regions and tropical and temperate latitudes. I work primarily with field instruments, including my own NSF-supported remote sensing radiometric equipment and also the US Department of Energy Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Program instruments at high latitudes. I also work extensively with satellite remote sensing and meteorological reanalysis data.

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