Laura Tomkins and Spencer Rhodes in Savannah, Georgia for the AMS Mesoscale Conference.
Group members presented their research at two conferences in July.
Matthew Miller presented a poster on the influence of gravity waves on clouds and precipitation at the Gordon Research Conference on Climate and Radiation in Lewiston, ME.
At the 18th AMS Mesoscale Processes Conference, Spencer Rhodes and Laura Tomkins presented talks describing their respective M.S. thesis research on cloud-eroding boundaries in the southeast Atlantic. Sandra Yuter presented a talk on local environments for ice growth in storms.
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.
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.