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Tim DelSole
Tim DelSole

Dr. Tim DelSole joins Wendy Edwards and Eric Seitz for part two of their climate discussion.

Dr. DelSole conducts research on climate variability and predictability using stochastic turbulence models and multivariate statistics. After completing his doctorate, Dr. DelSole was a Global Change Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow for two years and a National Research Council Associate for two years at NASA Goddard.

Currently, Dr. DelSole is a full professor in the Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Earth Sciences at George Mason University, and a senior research scientist at the Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies. Dr. DelSole currently serves as editor of Journal of Climate.

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