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Art Miller

Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Research Oceanographer
La Jolla, CA
Art Miller is a Research Oceanographer (equivalent to Full Professor) and a Senior Lecturer in Climate Sciences at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UCSD). He is also currently Head of the Oceans and Atmosphere Section, which includes the CASPO Division and MPL. He is a physical oceanographer who studies oceanic influences on climate variability using a combination of computer simulation models and observational analysis. He also is increasingly involved in working with biologists to try to understand how physical oceanographic changes affect oceanic ecosystems. He is the author or co-author of more than 100 refereed publications and has had funding from NSF, NOAA, NASA, ONR, DOE, and the CA Dept of Boating and Waterways. He typically advises 2-8 Ph.D. students.

His research extends from basic issues in dynamical oceanography to a variety of topics in climate dynamics, atmospheric dynamics, coupled ocean-atmosphere interactions, ocean data assimilation, regional impacts of global climate change, and oceanic ecosystem response to physical forcing. His earlier papers involved the field of Pacific decadal variability. His recent interests include diagnosing climate regime changes in the physics and biology of the California Current, assessing the impact of climate changes on marine ecosystems in the North Pacific, and assessing the impact of mesoscale sea surface temperature anomalies on regional coupled ocean-atmosphere variability.