Professor, Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences, and Joint Associate Professor, Global Change GIDP.
Expertise Physical understanding and prediction of climate in North America through regional atmospheric modeling and analysis of observations; improving seasonal climate forecasts, convective-resolving simulations of severe weather, water resoure projection at regional and local scales, and contributions to parameterization development in the Weather Research and Forecasting model; development of improved capacity for weather climate research in other parts of the world, especially Latin America
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Education PHD Atmospheric Science 2005, Colorado State University
Office JW Harshbarger Building #11, Room 324J
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