Masina Simona

via C. Berti Pichat 6/2 - 40127 Bologna, Italy

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Simona Masina (female) Ph.D. Princeton University, Director of the Ocean Modelling and Data Assimilation Division of the Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change Foundation and Senior Researcher at the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology. Her scientific interests focus on the understanding of the ocean role in the global climatic system.

She has more than 20 years of experience in global ocean modelling and ocean data assimilation. In 2014 she coordinated the first PRACE project awarded to CMCC to set up the basis of a NEMO based high-resolution ocean forecasting system which is now operational at CMCC. She has been involved in several EU project (among the latest MyOcean and CRESCENDO) and more recently in the COPERNICUS Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) and Climate Change Service (C3S) for the provision of NEMO based global ocean reanalyses. She is author of more than 100 scientific papers in refereed journals.

She teaches the course “Ocean Dynamics” at the Università di Venezia Ca’ Foscari, in the “Science and Management of Climate Change” Ph.D. Programme and is member of the Faculty Board since 2006. She is representative at the “Commissione Oceanografica Italiana” (Italian IOC-UNESCO), and member of the Scientific Council of Mercator Ocean International (MOI) since June 2018.

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

  • TN0287 - Intercomparison and assessement of wave models at global scale
  • The mean state and variability of the North Atlantic circulation: a perspective from ocean reanalyses
  • Global Mean Climate and Main Patterns of Variability in the CMCC-CM2 Coupled Model
  • Remote subsurface ocean temperature as a predictor of Atlantic hurricane activity
  • Strongly Coupled Data Assimilation Experiments with Linearized Ocean-Atmosphere Balance Relationships
  • Constraining the Global Ocean Heat Content Through Assimilation of CERES‐Derived TOA Energy Imbalance Estimates
  • Impacts of freshwater changes on Antarctic sea ice in an eddy-permitting sea-ice–ocean model
  • Understanding large-scale, long-term larval connectivity patterns: The case of the Northern Line Islands in the Central Pacific Ocean
  • Benchmarking the mesoscale variability in global ocean eddy-permitting numerical systems
  • C-GLORSv5: an improved multi-purpose global ocean eddy-permitting physical reanalysis

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