Homepage of Jerry Ziemke


NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Code 613.3, Chemistry and Dynamics Branch

Affiliation: University of Maryland, Baltimore
Co., Goddard Earth Sciences and Technology Center

Title: Associate Research Scientist and Principal
Investigator of Aura OMI tropospheric ozone from the
U.S. Science Team

Ph.D. Physics, Iowa State Univ.
M.A. Mathematics/Statistics, Minnesota State University
M.S. Physics/Electrical Eng., Univ. of Minnesota (Minneapolis)
B.S. Physics and Mathematics, Minnesota State University (Magna Cum Laude)

This is my personal homepage within NASA Goddard Space Flight
Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Although personal homepages within
NASA are allowed and even encouraged, including things "personal" or
links to websites outside of NASA are subject to strict guidelines.
This homepage provides a listing of several NASA and non-NASA
links to obtain useful data for Earth Science and Space Science
applications. This webpage also provides several IDL and Fortran
routines which some may find useful in mathematics and science
including trend analysis.





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TREND ANALYSIS SOFTWARE, ETC.:

MULTIPLE LINEAR REGRESSION ROUTINES (TREND ROUTINES, ETC.)
The trend analysis code originated from Ziemke et al. [1997] (PDF file, 4.8 Mb)
which used a Monte Carlo statistical approach. The multi-variate statistics
built into the trend code can be turned off and replaced by a Monte
Carlo method by adding random noise to the independent proxies.
FORTRAN CODE for solving general N X N linear system
problems (i.e.,solves AX=B using Gauss-Jordan method).
FORTRAN CODE for numerically solving ordinary differential equations (ODE's)
using a coupled Runge-Kutta method. This program shows one example of a 3rd-order ODE
and prints the results to an ASCII table which can be plotted using an IDL PLOTTING PROGRAM.
The IDL program generates a postscript IMAGE. for this example. Here are three
more EXAMPLES . JPEG image #1 and #2 coincide with the first two extra examples.
FORTRAN CODE for Empirical Orthogonal Function (EOF) analysis of data.
FORTRAN CODE for Fast Fourier Transform analysis of data. The first step
of Fourier analysis is to determine prime number factorization of the time series
length (Here is a FORTRAN CODE for providing prime number factorization). Here is
also a FORTRAN CODE for listing prime numbers.
SHORT GLOSSARY (GIF IMAGES): PAGE1, PAGE2, PAGE3, PAGE4, PAGE5, PAGE6
PHYSICAL CONSTANTS AND EQUATIONS (From NASA Kennedy Space Center)
SHORT GLOSSARY (text file from University of Illinois)
WHAT IS A DOBSON UNIT? (GIF IMAGE)
HOW IS COLUMN OZONE COMPUTED? (GIF IMAGE)
SPACE TIME HARMONIC DECOMPOSITION (GIF IMAGE)
MISCELLANEOUS SCIENCE COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND IMAGES







SOME USEFUL NASA AND NON-NASA LINKS:

NASA Goddard homepage for tropospheric ozone (data, images, publications)
Goddard Earth Science and Technology Center (GEST) UMBC Homepage (non-NASA website)
"myUMBC" Homepage (non-NASA website)
NASA Aura Validation Data Center (AVDC) Homepage
NASA Earth Science SOLICITATIONS
Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) Citation Database (non-NASA website)
ELECTRONIC JOURNALS via NASA Goddard Library
NASA Homepage
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Homepage
NASA Goddard "Ozone Hole Watch" Homepage
NASA Goddard Code 613.3 (Chemistry and Dynamics Branch) Homepage
NASA Goddard TOMS Homepage
NASA Goddard DAAC Homepage
NASA Hubble Space Telescope
U.S. National Weather Service (non-NASA website)
Environmental Protection Agency (non-NASA website)
National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) (non-NASA website)
University of Wisconsin SSEC Homepage (non-NASA website)
NASA/NOAA GOES Project Science Website
JISAO climate data archive (non-NASA website)
Tahiti & Darwin surface pressure, SST indices, etc., from the NWS (non-NASA website)
Solar 10.7 cm radio flux (etc.) data from NOAA (non-NASA website)
Sunspot number data from NOAA (non-NASA website)
UNEP Environmental Effects of Ozone Depletion: 1994 Assessment (non-NASA website)
Realtime Weather Maps from UCAR (non-NASA website)






OTHER LINKS INCLUDING RESEARCH COLLABORATORS OUTSIDE NASA GODDARD:

NASA Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) Microwave Limb Sounder (MLS) Homepage
NCAR Homepage (non-NASA website)
Harvard University Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences Homepage (non-NASA website)
Iowa State University Atmospheric Physics Homepage (non-NASA website)
NOAA Homepage (non-NASA website)







Contact Person:


Dr. Jerry R. Ziemke
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Code 613.3, Chemistry and Dynamics Branch
Phone: (301) 614-6034
Fax: (301) 614-5903
Email: ziemke@jwocky.gsfc.nasa.gov
Affiliation: UMBC (non-NASA website), Baltimore, Maryland


Web Curator: Dr. Jerry Ziemke (UMBC GEST, and NASA GSFC Code 613.3)

Responsible NASA organization/official: Dr. P. K. Bhartia, Atmospheric Chemistry and Dynamics Branch, Code 613.3