Emanuele Di Lorenzo

Emanuele Di Lorenzo

Emanuele Di Lorenzo is a professor of ocean & climate sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Trained as a coastal physical oceanographer and modeler, Di Lorenzo’s work now focuses on developing observationally-constrained theories and models to explain large-scale ocean & climate changes. He conducts interdisciplinary research on diagnosing the climate impacts on regional and coastal marine ecosystems, particularly in the Pacific Ocean (e.g. www.pobex.org).  Di Lorenzo is active in international organizations such as CLIVAR, PICES and ICES. In PICES, he is co-chair of WG27 on North Pacific climate variability & change (wg27.pices.int). He is also a member of the Phenomena, Observations and Synthesis panel in US CLIVAR. More recently Di Lorenzo has expanded his interdisciplinary research interests and is coordinating an international study group on modeling social-ecological-environmental systems.

Website:  http://www.eas.gatech.edu/people/Emanuele_Di_Lorenzo