LM4 Development Team

The Pacala lab works side by side with the NOAA/GFDL Land Model Development Team, co-lead by Elena Shevliakova and Chris Milly (USGS). The LM4 Development Team designs and develops modules for the simulation of land-based physical, biological, and chemical processes relevant to climate, and configures those modules into realistic land models for studies in earth systems. It is part of the Atmospheric and Oceanic Science program, a collaboration between the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (NOAA) and Princeton University.

Elena Shevliakova

Land Model Development Team leader

GFDL

Paul CD Milly

Land Model Development Team leader

GFDL

Nathaniel W Chaney

Postdoctoral researcher

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

Cleo Chou

Postdoctoral researcher

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Stuart M Evans

Postdoctoral researcher

GFDL

Paul PC Gauthier

Associate Research Scholar

Department of Geosciences

Minjin Lee

Postdoctoral researcher

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

Sergey L Malyshev

Professional Specialist

GFDL

Isabel Martínez Cano

Postdoctoral Reasercher

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Peter Phillipps

Professional specialist

GFDL

Sampo Smolander

Associate Research Scholar
Princeton Environmental Institute

Benjamin

Benjamin N Sulman

Associate Research Scholar

GFDL

Daniel Ward

Associate Research Scholar

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences