E. Philip Krider

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Professor Emeritus
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Professor Emeritus, Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences (Emeriti faculty members have retired from research and/or teaching and no longer recruit students)

Expertise  Internationally known for fundamental work in lightning and thunderstorm electricity. Led the group that developed the first gated, wideband magnetic direction-finders that are now the basis of the U.S. National Lightning Detection Network.

Publications  Google Scholar  |  Research Gate  | 

Education  PHD physics 1969, University of Arizona

Office  Physics-Atmospheric Sciences Building #81, Room 506

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