Dr. Michael Farrar

Dr. Michael Farrar, a Florida State University Meteorology graduate (Ph.D. 1997), has been named the new director of NOAA’s Environmental Modeling Center (EMC). Dr. Farrar will play a key role in ensuring that the EMC’s operational environmental numerical modeling systems meet the requirements of NOAA, NWS and the U.S. weather, water, and climate enterprise. He is also tasked with bringing the NOAA/NWS Next Generation Global Prediction System into operations.

Andrew Kleinberg

EOAS extends its congratulations to Andrew Kleinberg, on being awarded the Charles A. & June R.P. Ross Research Award from the Geological Society of America.

Andrew is working with Dr. Seth Young for his Master’s Thesis examining the paleoredox conditions spanning a major biotic crisis in the early Silurian period, the Ireviken Event. He is using geochemical proxies to investigate environmental changes that triggered this global extinction event in marine organisms 431 million years ago.

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Experience a new way of studying environmental science - in an online virtual world! Travel to back in time to study the Moai culture on Easter Island, SCUBA dive the Great Barrier Reef, and analyze the Earth’s climate record by drilling ice cores in the Antarctic!

If you register for EVR 1001 and EVR 1001L, you can earn 4 course and lab credits at the same time!

Irene Sans

EOAS alum Irene Sans is featured on the American Meteorology Society's Certified Broadcast Meteorologist Program webpage. The CBM was established to grant recognition to broadcast meteorologists who meet stringent criteria.
Ms. Sans is a bilingual meteorologist working in Orlando, Florida at WFTV ABC Channel 9. She is currently providing critical Spanish language information on last weekend's horrific events for family members and other viewers.

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