I am a member of the Physical Oceanography faculty in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science (CEOAS) at Oregon State University. I have broad interests in oceanography and geophysical fluid dynamics, but my current research is focussed on understanding and predicting ocean tides and their relationship with non-tidal phenomena, such as sea level rise and the meridional overturning circulation.
Edward D. Zaron Oregon State University 104 CEOAS Admin Bldg Corvallis OR 97331-5503 Phone 541-737-3504 | Fax 541-737-2064
Edward D. Zaron Oregon State University 2651 SW Orchard Ave Burt Hall 130 Corvallis OR 97331
Satellite altimetry: RADS High density XBTs: Atlantic, Indo-Pacific Near-real time GTS for Google Earth: AOML-GTS Argo drifters and profiles: Scripps Argo Portal Global Surface Drifter Program: AOML Tropical moorings: TOGA-TAO NOS sea level: tidesandcurrents Global sea level: GLOSS UHSLC sea level: UHSLC PNW Portal: NANOOS Local data: CMOP Atmospheric data (includes AMDAR): MADIS Gridded satellite SSH: AVISO Gridded SST analysis: Reynolds Ocean reanalysis: ECCO Ocean reanalysis: SODA EOSDIS browser: MODIS