Greg Hakim

Greg Hakim
  Greg Hakim
  Professor and Chair
  Department of Atmospheric Sciences
  College of the Environment
  University of Washington

I anticipate taking 1-2 new graduate students in 2016, in the area of paleoclimate data assimilation. This is an exciting new field at the intersection of climate dynamics, modeling, and proxies. Please contact me for more information.

Welcome! My group works on research problems in: predictability, hurricanes, state estimation ("data assimilation"), atmospheric dynamics, paleoclimate, and decadal prediction. To learn more about our activities, use the navigation tabs on the top and left side of the page, or send me email. Don't forget to check out the latest group news.

Check out our latest research on climate reconstruction.

Information on our observing network design project for Antarctica (high resolution).

Holton and Hakim, 5th Edition (Errata) (Matlab scripts)

Some resources:

Paleoclimate: NOAA and PAGES (Past Global Changes)

Astrobiology: University of Washington and NASA

National Academy of Sciences: On Being a Scientist;   Booklet on Climate Change

UCAR Members' Meeting Reports (2013,2012,2011,2010,2009,2008,2007,2006,2005,2004,2003)

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