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Appendix D: Committee Biographies
Pages 49-54

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From page 49...
... Most recently, Joseph served as the co-lead for the development of the New York State Mesonet, which is a $25 million project for the development of an early warning system to aid state emergency managers and to assist the public in mitigation of the effects of hazardous weather. Joseph also leads an international team of scientists from the United States and Taiwan in the study of weather extremes and decision making and he helped lead the development of a major field observation program with university, government, and industry partners to improve satellite capabilities to monitor the atmosphere from space and the skill of atmospheric models to better forecast weather, climate, and air quality.
From page 50...
... She currently serves as the associate director to the Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation for the Navy, and is a member of the National Academies' Committee on Radio Frequencies. Past service to the National Academies includes serving as the co-chair for the Panel on Weather and Air Quality: Minutes to Subseasonal for the 2018 Decadal Survey for Earth Science and Applications from Space, member of the Committee on the Future of Rainfall Measuring Missions and the Committee on the Views on the World Radiocommunication Conference 2023, and as a review coordinator for the Airborne Platforms to Advance NASA Earth System Science Priorities: Assessing the Future Need for a Large Aircraft study.
From page 51...
... project science lead for Ocean Biogeochemistry, a NASA mission scheduled for launch in 2022. In the past 10 years, Cetinić has been a member of multiple international science teams and committees and has served as the co-chair of the Ocean Optics Conference, the premier biannual gathering of the ocean color remote sensing community.
From page 52...
... She also explores climate change impacts on freshwater and coastal water quality via influences on nutrient delivery to, and on conditions within, water bodies. Her approach is highly data driven, focusing on the development and application of spatiotemporal statistical data fusion methods for optimizing the use of limited in situ and remote sensing environmental data.
From page 53...
... Previously, Waliser served as the principal scientist for the Water and Carbon Cycle Group at JPL, and as an adjunct associate professor at the Institute for Terrestrial and Planetary Atmospheres, part of the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Waliser has earned multiple honors and awards, including the NASA Group Achievement Award, the JPL People Leadership Award, the JPL Magellan Award, and a fellowship from the American Meteorological Society.

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