James E. Overland
Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory/NOAA
7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115

Ph.D. - New York University, Physical Oceanography and Meteorology,1973.
M.S. - University of Washington, Physical Oceanography, 1971.
B.S. - University of Washington, Physical Oceanography, 1970.

GM-15 Division Leader, Coastal and Arctic Research Division, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, NOAA.
Dr. Overland heads one of the three Research Divisions of the Laboratory, consisting of seven principal scientists and ten support personnel.  The goal of the Division is to conduct research to improve the scientific base of NOAA in fisheries oceanography.

Oceanographer, PMEL.

Physical Scientist, National Meteorological Center, National Weather Service.

Affiliate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington.

Affiliate Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington.

Editor, JGR-OCEANS, 1990-1994
Committee on the Coastal Ocean, National Academy of Sciences, 1990-
Panel on Marine Meteorology, National Academy of Sciences 1990-1991, 1993-1994
AMS Committee on Meteorology and Oceanography in the Coastal Zone, 1988-1992, 1994-
PICES Committee on Physical Oceanography and Climate 1992-
Interagency Taskforce on Ice and Weather Dynamics, 1986-1988
Santa Barbara Channel Review Board (BLM), 1983-1986
Co-Editor, Nansen Centennial Volume, AGU, 1994
The Outstanding Reviewer for J. Geophysical Research-OCEANS, 1986.


Overland, J.E., and N.A. Bond, 1995: Observations and scale analysis of coastal wind jets. Mon. Weather Rev., 123, in press.

Overland, J.E., P. Turet, and A.H. Oort, 1995: Regional variations of moist static energy flux into the Arctic. J. of Climate, 8, in press.

Bond, N.A., J.E. Overland, and P. Turet, 1994: Spatial and temporal characteristics of the wind forcing of the Bering Sea. J. of Climate, 7, 1119-1130.

Overland, J.E., M.C. Spillane, H.E. Hurlburt, and A.J. Wallcraft, 1994: A numerical study of the circulation of the Bering Sea basin and exchange with the North Pacific Ocean. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 24, 736-758.

Stabeno, P.J., R.K. Reed, and J.E. Overland, 1994: Lagrangian Measurements in the Kamchatka Current and Oyashio. J. of Oceanogr., 50, 653-662.

Overland, J.E., and N. Bond, 1993: The influence of coastal topography: The Yakutat storm. Mon. Weather Rev., 121, 1388-1397 .

Overland, J.E., 1990: Prediction of vessel icing at near-freezing sea temperatures. Weather and Forecasting, 5, 62-77.

Overland, J.E., and C.H. Pease, 1988: Modeling ice dynamics of coastal seas. J. Geophys. Res., 93, 15619-15637.

Overland, J.E., and A.T. Roach, 1987: On northward flow in the Bering and Chukchi Seas.  J. Geophys. Res., 92, 7097-7105. 

Overland, J.E., 1984: Scale analysis of marine winds in straits and along mountainous coasts.  Mon. Weather Rev., 112, 2530-2534.

Overland, J.E., H.O. Mofjeld, and C.H. Pease, 1984: Wind-driven ice drift in a shallow sea. J. Geophys. Res., 89, 6525-6531.

Cavalieri, D.J., J.E. Overland, C.H. Pease, R.M. Reynolds, J.D. Schumacher, et al., 1983: MIZEX-West Bering Sea marginal ice zone experiment.  EOS Transactions, 64, 578-579.

Overland, J.E., R.M. Reynolds, and C.H. Pease, 1983: A model of the atmospheric boundary layer over the marginal ice zone.  J. Geophys. Res., 88, 2836-2840.

Overland, J.E., and C.H. Pease, 1982: Cyclone climatology of the Bering Sea and its relation to sea ice extent.  Mon. Weather Rev., 110, 5-13.

Overland, J.E., and R.W. Preisendorfer, 1982: A significance test for principal components applied to a cyclone climatology.  Mon. Weather Rev., 110, 1-4.

Schumacher, J.D., C.A. Pearson, and J.E. Overland, 1982: On exchange of water between the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea through Unimak Pass, Alaska.  J. Geophys. Res., 87, 5785-5795.

Overland, J.E., 1981: Marine climatology of the Bering Sea. In: The Eastern Bering Sea Shelf: Oceanography and Resources, D. Hood and J. Calder, eds., University of Washington Press, 15-22.

Overland, J.E., and T.R. Hiester, 1980: Development of a synoptic climatology for northeast Gulf of Alaska.  J. Appl. Meteorol., 19, 1-14.

Bishop, J.M., and J.E. Overland, 1977: Seasonal drift on the Middle Atlantic Shelf.  Deep Sea Res., 24, 161-169.

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