About GISS

Research at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) emphasizes a broad study of global change, which is an interdisciplinary initiative addressing natural and man-made changes in our environment that occur on various time scales — from one-time forcings such as volcanic explosions, to seasonal and annual effects such as El Niño, and on up to the millennia of ice ages — and that affect the habitability of our planet.

GISS is located at Columbia University in New York City. The institute is a laboratory in the Earth Sciences Division of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center and is affiliated with the Columbia Earth Institute and School of Engineering and Applied Science.

Recent Publications

Nazarenko, L.S., N. Tausnev, G.L. Russell, D. Rind, R.L. Miller, G.A. Schmidt, S.E. Bauer, M. Kelley, R. Ruedy, A.S. Ackerman, I. Aleinov, M. Bauer, R. Bleck, V. Canuto, G. Cesana, Y. Cheng, T.L. Clune, B.I. Cook, C.A. Cruz, A.D. Del Genio, G.S. Elsaesser, G. Faluvegi, N.Y. Kiang, D. Kim, A.A. Lacis, A. Leboissetier, A.N. LeGrande, K.K. Lo, J. Marshall, E.E. Matthews, S. McDermid, K. Mezuman, L.T. Murray, V. Oinas, C. Orbe, C.P. García-Pando, J.P. Perlwitz, M.J. Puma, A. Romanou, D.T. Shindell, S. Sun, K. Tsigaridis, G. Tselioudis, E. Weng, J. Wu, and M.-S. Yao, 2022: Future climate change under SSP emission scenarios with GISS-E2.1. J. Adv. Model Earth. Syst., 14, no. 7, e2021MS002871, doi:10.1029/2021MS002871.

Fu, D., L. Di Girolamo, R.M. Rauber, G.M. McFarquhar, S.W. Nesbitt, J. Loveridge, Y. Hong, B. van Diedenhoven, B. Cairns, M.D. Alexandrov, P. Lawson, S. Woods, S. Tanelli, O.O. Sy, S. Schmidt, C.A. Hostetler, and A.J. Scarino, 2022: An evaluation of liquid cloud droplet effective radius derived from MODIS, airborne remote sensing and in situ measurements from CAMP2Ex. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 22, no. 12, 8259-8285, doi:10.5194/acp-22-8259-2022.

Igel, A.L., H. Morrison, S.P. Santos, and M. van Lier-Walqui, 2022: Limitations of separate cloud and rain categories in parameterizing collision-coalescence for bulk microphysics schemes. J. Adv. Model Earth Syst., 14, no. 6, e2022MS003039, doi:10.1029/2022MS003039.

Cammarano, D., S. Jamshidi, G. Hoogenboom, A.C. Ruane, D. Niyogi, and D. Ronga, 2022: Processing tomato production is expected to decrease due to the projected increase in temperature. Nat. Food, 3, no. 6, 437-444, doi:10.1038/s43016-022-00521-y.