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Dr. Eric Larour is the Group Supervisor for the Sea Level and Ice Group, in the Earth Sciences Section. He studies the cryosphere with a particular focus on its impact on sea-level rise on decadal to centennial timescales. He is the project manager for the Ice Sheet and Sea-Level System Model (http://issm.jpl.nasa.gov), a modeling software to quantify the evolution of polar ice sheets in a changing climate. His interests include ice sheet dynamics and its interactions with the ocean, solid-Earth and atmosphere, as well as data assimilation, forward modeling, inverse modeling and uncertainty quantification. He is a PI for the NASA Sea-Level Change Science Team and the Group Supervisor for the Sea-Level and Ice Group.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (2005-present):