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  • Research at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) emphasizes a broad study of global change, which is an interdisciplinary initiative addressing natural and man-made changes in our environment that occur on various time scales. — “Data.GISS: Data and Images”,
  • Default location is the Central Park weather station, New York City. "Insolation" means On a global annual basis, about 57% of insolation is incident on the Earth's surface. — “Insolation at Specified Location”,
  • This page is about Helen and Vernon Giss and the children and grandchildren they raised. by family. Just click on the names at the left. [email protected],net. — “Home Page”,
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  • GISS was established in May 1961 by Robert Jastrow to do basic research in space sciences in support of Goddard programs. It was then called the Goddard Space Flight Center Institute for Space Studies but quickly became known as the Goddard Institute for Space Studies. — “Goddard Institute for Space Studies - Wikipedia, the free”,
  • Earlier this year I did a post on the amount of estimation done to the GHCN temperature record by GISS before generating zonal and global averages. A graphic I posted compared the amount of real temperature data with the amount of estimation over time. — “GISS Spackle and Caulk | Watts Up With That?”,
  • Draft GISS Taskbook (3/17/2005) DOC. Sample working directory - see the GIS SOP chapter 2 for more information about File Naming ICS GISS 310-1 DOC. ICS GISS 410-1 DOC. ICS Symbols Illustration Poster PDF. Standard Operating Procedures Workbook PDF. Garmin 3. — “GISS CD Reference”,
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  • Primarily engaged in studies of global climate change. — “NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS)”,
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  • Faint Young Sun Paradox: GISS Lunch Seminar 20110427 I would like to lead a discussion of several papers (along the lines of a journal club discussion) from the past year discussing the "Faint Young Sun Paradox". Caleb Scharf will give a brief introduction to the topic while I will present a couple slides based on the papers below so that we are all on the same footing. For a listing of the papers please see:
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  • Kostas Tsigaridis GISS Lunch Seminar 20110119 Title: Influences of the primary organic marine component on sea-spray composition and climate. Abstract: Organic aerosols, a ubiquitous component of atmospheric particulate matter, are still poorly constrained in global models. New sources and production mechanisms have been discovered in the last few years, including primary and secondary sources from the ocean, important new terrestrial secondary organic aerosol precursors, and cloud processing. Although their importance for gas-phase chemistry and climate is expected to be very significant, most global models to date include few, if any, of these new sources. Marine primary aerosols are traditionally being treated in global models as pure sea-salt. Recently, however, it has been well established that sea-spray composition consists of a mixture of sea-salt and water insoluble organic material. This is expected to affect marine aerosol properties in global models, with probably the most notable change being that the mixed particles have reduced hygroscopicity. This results in an increase of marine aerosol lifetime due to suppressed removal, as well as a reduction of their cloud condensation nuclei activity, affecting cloud droplet number concentration, and, consequently, altering the radiation that reaches the ground, feeding back to affect ocean biology, which is the source of organics in sea-spray. The importance of the oceanic source of primary organic aerosols will be evaluated and validated against measurements, in ...
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