As it moves across the Indian Ocean, the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) can bring torrential rains to California and add power to hurricanes forming in the Gulf of Mexico. Yet after 30 years of studying this cyclical weather pattern scientists are no closer to understanding how it works.
|Name||Title||Fields of interest|
|Olivia Clifton||Graduate Student||interactions among atmospheric chemistry, climate, and the biosphere|
|Harald Rieder||Adjunct Associate Research Scientist|
|Arlene M. Fiore||Associate Professor||interactions among regional air pollution, global atmospheric chemistry, climate, and the biosphere; chemistry-climate and tropospheric chemistry-transport modeling.|