On Thursday, November 19, 2020, the Global Modeling and Assimilation Office (GMAO) held its annual Peer Awards Ceremony, and two GESTAR scientists were recognized for their contributions. Dr. Cecile Rousseaux represented GESTAR at the virtual event.
Yehui Chang (610.1/MSU) for Scientific Achievement:
“The GMAO is proud to recognize your outstanding work on tendency bias correction (TBC) in the GEOS GCM, which is an important tool for model developers in the GMAO and elsewhere.”
Allison Collow (610.1/USRA) for Scientific Achievement:
“The GMAO is proud to recognize your science achievements over the past year, including authorship of published papers, team mentorship, M2AMIP support, organization of Science Theme Meetings, and other important work within the GMAO.”
GESTAR congratulates them both on this well-deserved recognition!
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