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Corinne A. Hartin

Terrestrial Processes & Adaptation
Post Doctorate RA C

Biography

Corinne Hartin's research currently focuses on the development of a new reduced-form climate model, Hector. In particular she is interested in modeling and projecting changes in ocean acidification and calcium carbonate saturations under differing climates. Prior to coming to JGCRI, she obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, focusing on large scale ocean circulation of mode and intermediate waters.

Research Interests

  • chemical and physical oceanography
  • carbon-cycle
  • ocean acidification

Education and Credentials

  • Ph.D. in Marine and Atmospheric Chemistry, University of Miami, Miami Fl, 2012

PNNL Publications

2015

  • Hartin CA, PL Patel, A Schwarber, RP Link, and B Bond-Lamberty. 2015. "A simple object-oriented and open source model for scientific and policy analyses of the global climate system-Hector v1.0." Geoscientific Model Development 8(4):939-955.  doi:10.5194/gmd-8-939-2015
  • Smith SJ, JA Edmonds, CA Hartin, A Mundra, and KV Calvin. 2015. "Near-Term Acceleration In The Rate of Temperature Change." Nature Climate Change 5(4):333-336.  doi:10.1038/nclimate2552

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