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Carolina Barnez Gramcianinov


Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Instituto de Astronomia, Geofísica e Ciências Atmosféricas (IAG)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Carolina B. Gramcianinov is pos-doc in the Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics and Atmospheric Science of the University of São Paulo (IAG-USP), where she works mainly on the relation of extratropical cyclones and extreme ocean wind-waves. She undergraduates in Oceanography at Oceanography Institute of University of São Paulo (IO-USP) in 2010. She has got a Master Degree in Physical Oceanography at the same institution in February 2013 and a PhD in Meteorology at IAG-USP. She has experience in Oceanography and Meteorology studies using large and regional scale numerical models, focusing on climate variabilities, extratropical cyclones and climate change. Gramcianinov's main research interests are (1) tropical, subtropical and extratropical cyclone structures and their influence in wave generation; (2) cyclone climatology and climate change; (3) how the changes in cyclone distribution and intensity will affect extreme wave climate; and, (4) dynamic fetch in extratropical cyclones. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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GRAMCIANINOV, C. B.; CAMPOS, R. M.; DE CAMARGO, R.; HODGES, I, K.; SOARES, C. GUEDES; DIAS, P. L. DA SILVA. Analysis of Atlantic extratropical storm tracks characteristics in 41 years of ERA5 and CFSR/CFSv2 databases. OCEAN ENGINEERING, v. 216, . (20/01416-0, 18/08057-5)

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