Ph.D. Physical Oceanography, Oregon State University, 1995
B.S. Applied Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College, 1988
Dr. Zaron joins our Department in the summer 2006 as part of Dr. David Jay’s research team, and will work with Dr. Jay on research funded by the NSF, US Army Corps of Engineers and the Bonneville Power Administration. Dr. Zaron’s research has emphasized using inverse methods to validate numerical ocean models and improve their predictive capability. Applications have ranged from scales of tens of kilometers (tidal internal waves) to thousands of kilometers (basin scale general circulation). He is also interested in the dynamical links between small-scale mixing processes and the mesoscale ocean circulation.
Check out all of Dr. Zaron’s research endeavors on his personal faculty page here.
In: Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, pp. n/a–n/a, 2017, ISSN: 2169-9291.
In: Geophysical Research Letters, 44 (9), pp. 4241–4245, 2017, ISSN: 1944-8007, (2017GL072950).
On the observability of bottom topography from measurements of tidal sea surface height Journal Article
In: Ocean Modelling, 102 , pp. 55-63, 2016.
Identification and Reduction of Retracker-Related Noise in Altimeter-Derived Sea Surface Height Measurements Journal Article
In: Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 33 (1), 2016.
Laser Doppler velocimetry using a modified computer mouse Journal Article
In: American Journal of Physics, 84 (10), pp. 810-813, 2016.
In: Journal of Physical Oceanography, 46 (1), pp. 3-22, 2016.
Properties of non-stationary tides inferred from dual-satellite crossovers Journal Article
In: Journal of Physical Oceanography, submitted , 2015.
Initial Evaluations of a Gulf of Mexico/Caribbean ocean forecast system in the context of the Deepwater Horizon disaster Journal Article
In: Frontiers of Earth Science, accepted , 2015.
In: Journal of Physical Oceanography, 45 (9), pp. 2239-2246, 2015.
In: Journal of Physical Oceanography, 44 (2), pp. 538–557, 2014.