Elliot M Sherman

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Elliot M Sherman

  • Support Scientist
  • 301.614.6492
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 610.1
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: SCIENCE SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS INC
  • Brief Bio

    Elliot Sherman is a Scientific Programmer/Analyst with the Chemistry Climate Modeling project and Global Modeling and Assimilation Office at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. His current role is the Chemistry Model Gatekeeper which serves to faciliate the integration of atmospheric chemistry model/software into GMAO's GEOS model. He also helps develop the GEOS model, and atmospheric chemistry models coupled to GEOS.

    Elliot Sherman earned his BS and PhD degrees in Earth System Science at the University of California, Irvine. His PhD adviser was J. Keith Moore. The research for his dissertation focused on the biogeochemical cycling of iron in the ocean, phytoplankton ecology, and their simulation in the Community Earth System Model.

    Education

    PhD - Earth System Science - University of California, Irvine - 2016

    MS - Earth System Science - University of California, Irvine - 2012

    BS - Earth System Science - University of California, Irvine - 2011

    Publications

    Refereed

    Sherman, E., J. K. Moore, F. Primeau, and D. Tanouye. 2016. "Temperature influence on phytoplankton community growth rates." Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 30 (4): 550-559 [10.1002/2015gb005272]

    Tagliabue, A., O. Aumont, R. DeAth, et al. J. P. Dunne, S. Dutkiewicz, E. Galbraith, K. Misumi, J. K. Moore, A. Ridgwell, E. Sherman, C. Stock, M. Vichi, C. Völker, and A. Yool. 2016. "How well do global ocean biogeochemistry models simulate dissolved iron distributions?" Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 30 (2): 149-174 [10.1002/2015gb005289]

    Brief Bio

    Elliot Sherman is a Scientific Programmer/Analyst with the Chemistry Climate Modeling project and Global Modeling and Assimilation Office at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. His current role is the Chemistry Model Gatekeeper which serves to faciliate the integration of atmospheric chemistry model/software into GMAO's GEOS model. He also helps develop the GEOS model, and atmospheric chemistry models coupled to GEOS.

    Elliot Sherman earned his BS and PhD degrees in Earth System Science at the University of California, Irvine. His PhD adviser was J. Keith Moore. The research for his dissertation focused on the biogeochemical cycling of iron in the ocean, phytoplankton ecology, and their simulation in the Community Earth System Model.

    Publications

    Refereed

    Sherman, E., J. K. Moore, F. Primeau, and D. Tanouye. 2016. "Temperature influence on phytoplankton community growth rates." Global Biogeochemical Cycles 30 (4): 550-559 [10.1002/2015gb005272]

    Tagliabue, A., O. Aumont, R. DeAth, et al. J. P. Dunne, S. Dutkiewicz, E. Galbraith, K. Misumi, J. K. Moore, A. Ridgwell, E. Sherman, C. Stock, M. Vichi, C. Völker, and A. Yool. 2016. "How well do global ocean biogeochemistry models simulate dissolved iron distributions?" Global Biogeochemical Cycles 30 (2): 149-174 [10.1002/2015gb005289]

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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