Undergraduate research assistants Daniel Hueholt, Lindsay Hochstatter and Ronak Patel presented posters on their research at the American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting in Phoenix, AZ on 6 Jan 2019. Research topics were: the motion of cloud-clearing boundaries in the southeast Atlantic, velocity waves in Colorado snowstorms, and the variability of the urban heat island in Raleigh, NC.
Graduate student Spencer Rhodes has been selected as a recipient of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers Outstanding TA Award. This award honors undergraduate and graduate students who have demonstrated excellence as Teaching Assistants. Spencer was nominated by Professor Sandra Yuter for his work in MEA 215 Spring 2018 and MEA 421 Fall 2018.
Megan Skrip , the Center for Geospatial Analytics’ Science Communicator, interviewed Dr. Yuter for this piece on what big snowflakes really look like:
Below are two images of snow aggregates we prepared for the piece. Both photographs were obtained by the Multi-Angle Snowflake Camera at Stony Brook, NY during a storm on 24 Jan 2015.
On 31 July 2018, Lindsay Hochstatter, Ronak Patel and Daniel Hueholt presented posters on their research at the North Carolina State University Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Luke Allen and Levi Lovell served as mentors for all three students. Research topics were: the speed of cloud-clearing transitions, the internal structure of snow storms, and air temperature variability within urban heat islands.
Our research paper on “Abrupt cloud clearing of marine stratocumulus in the subtropical southeast Atlantic” by Sandra Yuter, John Hader, Matthew Miller (current and former members of the Environment Analytics research group) and David Mechem (University of Kansas) was released today by AAAS Science.
Science Magazine Early Release
NCSU Press Release
University of Kansas Press Release
This work is based in part on John Hader’s M.S. thesis.
Summer 2018 Research Team
From left to right: Lindsay Hochstatter, Spencer Rhodes,
Matthew Miller, Daniel Hueholt, Sandra Yuter, Levi Lovell, Ronak Patel,
and Luke Allen
Congratulations to graduating seniors Levi Lovell and Luke Allen!
Levi Lovell attained Summa Cum Laude and Departmental Honors. He will be starting graduate school in the fall at North Carolina State University working with Dr. Matthew Parker.
Luke Allen attained Summa Cum Laude and will be starting graduate school in the fall at the University of Illinois working with Dr. Sonia Lasher-Trapp.
Daniel Hueholt won the National Weather Association Arthur C. Pike Scholarship and the NOAA Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship.
Environment Analytics undergraduate research assistants Luke Allen, Levi Lovell, and Daniel Hueholt presented their research on U.S. northeast coast winter storms at the American Meteorological Society’s Annual Student Conference. See their posters here.
Luke Allen, Levi Lovell and Daniel Hueholt presented posters on their research at the North Carolina State University Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Laura Tomkins and Emma Scott served as mentors for all three students.
Summer 2017 Research Team
From left to right:
Matthew Miller, Tai Bryant,
Luke Allen, Emma Scott,
Levi Lovell, Laura Tomkins, Daniel Hueholt, and Sandra Yuter