Dr Ge PengMember since: 10/04/2018 - 15:53
GE PENG, PhD
North Carolina State University, Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites, North Carolina (CICS-NC) at NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)
151 Patton Ave, Asheville, NC 28801
Tel: (828) 257–3009; E-mail: email@example.com
Over twenty years of technical experience in oceanic and atmospheric model and data product development and validation, and over five years in scientific data management and stewardship.
• Expert knowledge of full life cycle of numerical modeling and data evaluation.
• Extensive experience in applying general circulation models to atmospheric and oceanic systems or using observations to examine their seasonal, inter-annual, and decadal variability.
• Strong background and extensive experience in data assimilation and statistical analysis with both observational data products and model output.
• Extensive experience in evaluating data product quality and stewardship maturity.
• Expert knowledge of national and international metadata standards, NOAA scientific data appraisal and archive procedures, NOAA research-to-operation and archival processes for climate data records, life cycle and best practices of archiving and stewarding scientific data.
Ph. D., Meteorology, 1994, University of Miami, FL (18+ credits in physical oceanography)
M.S., Meteorology, 1984, Lanzhou Institute of Plateau Atmospheric Physics, Lanzhou, China
B.S., Meteorology, 1982, University of Lanzhou, Lanzhou, China
3/2012 – present, Research Scholar, CICS-NC & NOAA/NCEI, Asheville, North Carolina
11/09 – 2/12, Subject Matter Expert, STG, Inc. & NOAA/NCDC, Asheville, North Carolina
10/09 – 11/09, Visiting Associate Researcher, JIFRESSE/UCLA, & NASA JPL, California
5/07 – 11/09, Sr. Physics Engineer II, Raytheon & NASA JPL, Pasadena, California
6/97 – 5/07, Assistant Scientist, University of Miami, Miami, Florida
8/93 - 5/97, Research Associate, University of Miami, Miami, Florida
American Meteorological Society
American Geophysical Union
International Glaciological Society
SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS
Peng, G., M. Steele, A. Bliss, W. Meier and S. Dickinson, 2018: Temporal Means and Variability of Arctic Sea Ice Melt and Freeze Season Climate Indicators Using a Satellite Climate Data Record. Remote Sensing, 10, doi:10.3390/rs10091328
Peng, G., J.L. Privette, C. Tilmes, S. Bristol, T. Maycock, J.J. Bates, S. Hausman, O. Brown, and E. J. Kearns, 2018: A Conceptual Enterprise Framework for Managing Scientific Data Stewardship. Data Science Journal, 17, doi:10.5334/dsj-2018-015
Peng, G., 2018: The state of assessing data stewardship maturity – An overview. Data Science Journal. 17, doi: 10.5334/dsj-2018-007
Peng, G., J.L. Matthews, and J.T. Yu, 2018: Sensitivity Analysis of Arctic Sea Ice Extent Trends and Statistical Projections Using Satellite Data. Remote Sensing, 10, doi:10.3390/rs10020230
Peng, G. and W. N. Meier, 2017: Temporal and regional variability of Arctic sea-ice coverage from satellite data. Annals of Glaciology, 59(76pt2), doi:10.1071/aog.2017.32
Ramapriyan, H., G. Peng, D. Moroni, C.-L. Shie, 2017: Ensuring and Improving Information Quality for Earth Science Data and Products. D.-Lib Magazine, 23, doi: 10.1045/july2017-ramapriyan.
Peng, G., N. A. Ritchey, K. S. Casey, E. J. Kearns, J. L. Privette, D. Saunders, P. Jones, T. Maycock, and S. Ansari, 2016: Scientific stewardship in the Open Data and Big Data era - Roles and responsibilities of stewards and other major product stakeholders. D.-Lib Magazine. 22, doi:10.1045/may2016-peng.
Peng, G., J.L. Privette, E.J. Kearns, N.A. Ritchey, and S. Ansari, 2015: A unified framework for measuring stewardship practices applied to digital environmental datasets. Data Science Journal, 13, 231–253. doi:10.2481/dsj.14-049.
Meier, W. N., G. Peng, D. J. Scott, and M. Savoie, 2014: Verification of a new sea ice concentration climate data record. Polar Research. doi:10.3402/polar.v33.21004. Available at: