GEOS-Chem Support Team

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Bob Yantosca and Claire Carouge are responsible for developing and maintaining the GEOS-Chem source code for the user community.

The general rule of thumb is that if you have a question about the GEOS-Chem code itself, or if your question deals with a programming or coding matter, then you should ask Bob and Claire. On the other hand, if you have a question about a scientific matter, a data source, etc., then you should direct your question to the person(s) who have worked on that particular topic.

For a list of GEOS-Chem users and their primary areas of research, please visit the GEOS-Chem People & Projects page.

Of course, if you do not know whom is the best person to ask, then feel free to contact Bob or Claire, and they will be happy to forward your query to the proper person.

Here is the contact information for the GEOS-Chem support team:

Name Title Location Hours Group email Phone FAX
Bob Yantosca Software Engineer Cambridge, MA 9AM - 5PM ET
Std time zone: GMT -5h
Daylight time: GMT -4h
geos-chem-support@as.harvard.edu 617-496-9424 617-495-4551
Claire Carouge Research Associate Canberra, Australia 22:00 - 06:00 GMT
Std time zone: GMT +10h
Daylight time: GMT +11h
geos-chem-support@as.harvard.edu  ??  ??

Please send any and all GEOS-Chem related inquiries to the group email geos-chem-support@as.harvard.edu. This will send your email to Bob and Claire without you having to address your email to them individually.

We recommend that you contact the GEOS-Chem support team via email, as the time difference makes direct conversation difficult. We also invite you to visit web site timeanddate.com, which has some very useful world clock and time zone converters.

--Bob Y. 11:12, 5 November 2010 (EDT)