Dr. Mark Schoeberl is Chief Scientist of Science and Technology Corporation.
He specializes in stratospheric processes including wave dynamics, ozone depletion. cloud physics, and trace gas transport. He has over 227 refereed publications, over 8700 citations in atmospheric science journals (Hirsch Index 51) and one patent. He retired from NASA Goddard in 2009. He was previously the Aura and UARS Project Scientist. He is a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (1996), the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1996), and the American Meteorological Society (1996). He was awarded Goddard’s William Nordberg Memorial Award for Earth Sciences (1998), NASA's Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal (1991), NASA’s Outstanding Leadership Medal (1996) and Distinguished Service Award (2000). Dr. Schoeberl received a B.S. in Physics from Iowa State University in 1970 and received his Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Illinois in 1976. He grew up in Iowa.