Michael J. Croteau

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Michael J. Croteau

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  • 301.614.5803
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 61A
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: UNIVERSITIES SPACE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION
  • Brief Bio

    Mike Croteau is a NASA Postdoctoral Program Fellow focusing on GRACE Level-1B combinatorial solutions with other datasets. He joined the Geodesy and Geophysics Lab at Goddard Space Flight Center in February 2019 after completing his Ph.D under Dr. Steve Nerem at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he researched daily GRACE solution estimation.

    Education

    2010 - B.S. Aerospace Engineering, University of Notre Dame

    2012 - M.Ed., University of Notre Dame

    2014 - M.S. Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder

    2019 - Ph.D. Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder

    Publications

    Refereed

    Croteau, M. J., R. S. Nerem, B. D. Loomis, and T. J. Sabaka. 2020. "Development of a Daily GRACE Mascon Solution for Terrestrial Water Storage." Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 125 (3): [10.1029/2019jb018468]

    Cullather, R. I., L. C. Andrews, M. J. Croteau, et al. N. E. Digirolamo, D. K. Hall, Y.-K. Lim, B. D. Loomis, C. A. Shuman, and S. M. Nowicki. 2020. "Anomalous circulation in July 2019 resulting in mass loss on the Greenland ice sheet." Geophysical Research Letters, (Submitted)

    Scanlon, B. R., Z. Zhang, A. Rateb, et al. A. Sun, D. Wiese, H. Save, H. Beaudoing, M. H. Lo, H. Müller‐Schmied, P. Döll, R. Beek, S. Swenson, D. Lawrence, M. Croteau, and R. C. Reedy. 2019. "Tracking Seasonal Fluctuations in Land Water Storage Using Global Models and GRACE Satellites." Geophysical Research Letters, 46 (10): 5254-5264 [10.1029/2018gl081836]

    Brief Bio

    Mike Croteau is a NASA Postdoctoral Program Fellow focusing on GRACE Level-1B combinatorial solutions with other datasets. He joined the Geodesy and Geophysics Lab at Goddard Space Flight Center in February 2019 after completing his Ph.D under Dr. Steve Nerem at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he researched daily GRACE solution estimation.

    Publications

    Refereed

    Croteau, M. J., R. S. Nerem, B. D. Loomis, and T. J. Sabaka. 2020. "Development of a Daily GRACE Mascon Solution for Terrestrial Water Storage." Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 125 (3): [10.1029/2019jb018468]

    Cullather, R. I., L. C. Andrews, M. J. Croteau, et al. N. E. Digirolamo, D. K. Hall, Y.-K. Lim, B. D. Loomis, C. A. Shuman, and S. M. Nowicki. 2020. "Anomalous circulation in July 2019 resulting in mass loss on the Greenland ice sheet." Geophysical Research Letters (Submitted)

    Scanlon, B. R., Z. Zhang, A. Rateb, et al. A. Sun, D. Wiese, H. Save, H. Beaudoing, M. H. Lo, H. Müller‐Schmied, P. Döll, R. Beek, S. Swenson, D. Lawrence, M. Croteau, and R. C. Reedy. 2019. "Tracking Seasonal Fluctuations in Land Water Storage Using Global Models and GRACE Satellites." Geophysical Research Letters 46 (10): 5254-5264 [10.1029/2018gl081836]

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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