Senior Research Scientist
NASA Langley Research Center
Dr. Paul W. Stackhouse received his B.S. in Physics and Atmospheric Science at Drexel University in 1986, his M.S. and PhD. from Colorado State University in Atmospheric Science in 1990 and 1995 respectively. Dr. Stackhouse is the lead scientist of the NASA/Global Energy and Water Exchange Project (GEWEX) Surface Radiation Budget (SRB) Project that produces and assesses long-term surface radiative flux components from satellite radiance, cloud, aerosol and ancillary atmospheric and surface information. Dr. Stackhouse is also science team member of the Clouds and Earth Radiant Energy System project (CERES) where he leads the FLASHFlux (Fast Longwave and Shortwave radiative Fluxes from CERES and MODIS) working group producing global radiative fluxes at low latency. Finally, Dr. Stackhouse leads an NASA-funded Applied Science project to design, customize, and make accessible NASA Earth Science research results (i.e., GEWEX SRB, CERES, GMAO) for the energy-related industries, particularly renewable energy applications through GIS-enabled web services and applications organized under the Prediction of Worldwide (renewable) Energy Resource project (POWER; http://power.larc.nasa.gov). Dr. Stackhouse is a member of the American Meteorological Society, the American Geophysical Union and American Solar Energy Society.