Environment analytics is the analysis of large data sets at the intersection of observed environmental conditions, ecology and infrastructure.
Current projects within our research group at North Carolina State University:
Snow and Mesoscale Precipitation Bands
NSF–Collaborative Research: Observations and Modeling of Mesoscale Precipitation Banding in Cool Season Storms [2/2014 – 1/2018]
Winter Storm Regional Radar Movies
Realtime Snowflake Showcase from Stony Brook, NY
Marine Clouds and Precipitation
NSF–Collaborative Research: Mechanisms Governing Synoptic-scale, Rapid Cloud Dissipation in Subtropical Marine Low Clouds [7/2017 – 7/2020]
NSF–Real Examples of Classic Storm Structures for Classroom Use Based on Data from FRONT [3/2014 – 2/2017]
Radar Observations of Storms for Education (ROSE)
MicroRainRadar (MRR) Resources
See our MRR Resources Page for links to software and storm perusal web pages from our MRR deployments.