Gene Feldman Maniac Lecture

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Oceanographer; Project Manager, Aquarius, NASA GSFC

Dr. Gene Carl Feldman was a Graduate Research Fellow at the Marine Sciences Research Center, State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook, where, for his dissertation, he used satellite and oceanographic data to study the variability in, and the relationship between, the physical and biological processes in the ocean. He went on to earn his Ph.D. in Coastal Oceanography. Dr. Feldman has over thirty years of experience with NASA serving as an oceanographer specializing primarily in ocean color remote sensing. In addition to his science, educational and data system development activities, his management responsibilities include having served as SeaWiFS Project manager and currently serving as Project Manager for NASA's Ocean Salinity Mapping Mission, Aquarius. His expertise includes the design, development and operations of the large, multi-mission data processing, archive and distribution systems.