David Salstein

Dr. Salstein received his Ph.D. in Meteorology from M.I.T. In his research at AER, he has focused on diagnostic studies of atmospheric and oceanic circulation. He is well known for his contributions to the study of the exchange of angular momentum between atmosphere and solid Earth, and as such, is an active participant of the International Earth Rotation and Reference Frames Service, having helped establish and operate its atmospheric component. In this role, he maintains a data service support the atmospheric requirements of geodetic activities. He has been an investigator on a number of NASA, NOAA and NSF projects and missions relating to atmospheric circulation, Earth system dynamics, and climate variability.

Using Coupled Climate Models for Predictions of Angular Momentum

By David Salstein, Katherine J. Quinn
January 26, 2012

92nd American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting

Observing and Understanding Earth Rotation

By David Salstein
October 25, 2010

Shanghai Astronomical Observatory in China; Global Geodetic Observing System/International Astronomical Union (GGOS/IAU) Science Workshop

Atmospheric excitation of Earth rotation/polar motion at high temporal resolution

By David Salstein, Katherine J. Quinn
September 17, 2007

Proceedings Journées Systèmes de Référence Spatio-temporels

Comment on “The life cycles of the Northern Hemisphere Sudden Stratospheric Warmings”

By Judah Cohen, David Salstein
July 15, 2005

American Meteorological Society: Notes and Correspondence

Hydrologic extremes in Central-Southwest Asia

By David Salstein, M. Barlow
June 6, 2005

EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union

Computing Atmospheric Excitation Functions for Earth Rotation/Polar Motion

By David Salstein
February 2, 2005

Cahiers du Centre Europeen de Geodynamique et de Seismologie

Mass, momentum, and geodynamics

By B.-J. Chao, David Salstein
January 3, 2005

Intraseasonal Variability of the Atmosphere-Ocean Climate System