That bit above my neck David Pierce
Climate Research Division
Mail Stop 0224
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
La Jolla, CA 92093-0224
dpierce@ucsd.edu

Research Interests: 
Total world domination via long range climate prediction. This is proving to be difficult.
Background: 
I started as a zygote. After dividing repeatedly, I went to college, first at UC Santa Cruz and then at the University of Washington. I'm now at UC San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

Software
Journal Articles
Reports
Photo Gallery
Software
Journal Articles
Reports
Photo Gallery
Software I've written and make available to the net, including Ncview, the netCDF data file viewer; the CalCalcs routines, C-language software for calendrical computations; Fix Ubuntu USB, which fixes a problem trying to install Linux from a USB drive; Udunits-IDL, a native interface to the Udunits package for the IDL analysis system from RSI; FXDR, the Fortran to XDR library; fixtape, for use with SCSI tape drives on Linux systems; and an EOF routine. The text of articles either submitted to or already appearing in the refereed Oceanographic literature. I'm assuming here that you haven't already read them in your dentist's office. Various work in progress reports of interest to only a limited audience. VERY limited. OK, nobody. The traditional photos of my wife, my cat, my cat's wife, etc. 

Also see my El Nino Forecast web pages.

Map to my office.

My ssh setup notes.


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