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Physical oceanography; satellite remote sensing
College Avenue Campus
Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
Dr. Glenn's research interests include the development of new autonomous ocean observing technologies, their application to scientific research in remote and extreme environments, and the demonstration of new educational paradigms. His technology development work focuses on autonomous systems that can be operated remotely as distributed networks to improve the spatial sampling of complex environments. A major scientific focus is extreme events, including storms, hurricanes and typhoons, investigating with observations and numerical models the linkages between the ocean, the atmosphere above, and the seabed below. Scott's educational activities are designed to better prepare students to meet the challenges of a changing environment using modern observatories to explore the global ocean.