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Adam Schlosser

Member, NASA Energy and Water Cycle Study (NEWS)
Science Integration Team

Adam Schlosser is interested in land-climate interactions, the global water cycle, land biogeochemistry, arctic processes, and regional climate change (uncertainty and extremes). His primary interests are the modelling and prediction of global hydrologic, ecologic, and biogeochemical change using the MIT’s Integrated Global Systems Model (IGSM) that includes model development of its terrestrial component – the Global Land System (GLS). His other research endeavours work to improve the observational capabilities for monitoring, understanding and predicting the Earth’s global water and energy cycles. Adam currently serves as a member of the NASA Energy and Water Cycle Study (NEWS) Science Integration Team.