Dr. Paul R. Houser

Dr. Paul R. Houser (Author's Website)

Dr. Houser in an internationally recognized expert in local to global land surface-atmospheric remote sensing, in-situ observation and numerical simulation, development and application of hydrologic data assimilation methods, scientific integrity and policy, and global water and energy cycling. He received his B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Hydrology and Water Resources from the University of Arizona in 1992 and 1996 respectively. Dr. Houser's previous experience includes internships at the U.S. Geological Survey and at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Dr. Houser joined the NASA-GSFC Hydrological Sciences Branch and the Data Assimilation Office (DAO/GMAO) in 1997, served as manager of NASA’s Land Surface Hydrology Program, and served as branch head of the Hydrological Science Branch. In 2005, he joined the George Mason University Climate Dynamics Program and the Geography and Geoinformation Sciences Department as Professor of Global Hydrology, and formed CREW (the Center for Research for Environment and Water). Dr. Houser has also teamed with groundwater development and exploration companies (EarthWater Global and Geovesi) and has served as Science Advisor to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Dr. Houser has led numerous scientific contributions, including the development of Land Data Assimilation Systems (LDAS), the Hydrospheric States Mission (Hydros/SMAP), the Land Information System (LIS), the NASA Energy and Water cycle Study (NEWS), and the Water Cycle Solutions Network (WaterNet).

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Siskiyou Daily News Letter: Whistleblowers deserve respect

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Whistleblowers deserve respect – Yreka, CA – Siskiyou Daily News

http://www.siskiyoudaily.com/opinions/letters_to_the_editor/x358807992/Whistleblowers-deserve-respect

 

Whistleblowers deserve respect

 

By Felice Pace

Siskiyou Daily News

Letter  to the Editor

May 30, 2012

 

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Klamath in the Balance: Klamath Whistle Blower Dr. Paul Houser

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Letter from Senator Mikulski (D-Maryland)

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On Feburary 24, 2012 I sent my Scientific Integrity and Whistleblower complaint to a number of Senators and representatives in California, and in my home state of Maryland.  The only one to take action thus far is Senator Barbara Mikulski of …

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Dr. Paul R. Houser, Former Bureau of Reclamation Science Advisor and Scientific Integrity Officer, Bureau of Reclamation’s top scientist, whistleblower on Klamath dam removal science misconduct, responds to Curtis Knight, California Trout’s, attack

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From: http://www.klamathbasincrisis.org/science/misconduct/houserrespondstoCalTrout052912.htm

 

Dr. Paul R. Houser, Former Bureau of Reclamation Science Advisor and Scientific Integrity Officer, Bureau of Reclamation’s top scientist, whistleblower on Klamath dam removal science misconduct, responds to Curtis Knight, California Trout’s, attack

followed by Knight’s opinion…

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The Importance of Scientific Integrity: A Response to Mr. Curtis Knight

May 25, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Paul R. Houser, May 25, 2012

For critical decisions such as dam removal, it is important to seek truth.  Here I respond to Mr. Curtis Knight’s May 23rd attempt to obscure the facts.

1)            Mr. Knight claims that my

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Assessing the potential predictability of seasonal means in present and future climates

May 25, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Feng, X., Houser P., Assessing the potential predictability of seasonal means in present and future climates    NASA-ROSES-2012 A13: MAP: Modeling, Analysis, and Prediction (NNH12ZDA001N-MAP), $258,782, 0.72 mo/yr (GMU), 01/01/2013 – 12/31/2014, Sponsor POC: David Considine (202/358-2277, david.b.considine@nasa.gov).

Summary: Climate variations on …

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A Climatological Study of West African Mesoscale Convective Vortices

May 25, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

A GMU proposal submitted to NASA-ROSES-2012 A12: Modeling, Analysis, and Prediction Program (NNH12ZDA001N-MAP), $479,433, 1 mo/yr, 01/01/2013 – 12/31/2016.

This study focuses on several science questions relating to origin and evolution of Mesoscale Convective Vortices (MCVs) in West Africa. Although it …

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