Professor and Associate Department Head, 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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