Graduate Advisees

2013

Jeremy Mazon, M.S.
Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona.
Thesis title: Objective Climatological Analysis of Warm Season Extreme Events during the North American Monsoon

Carlos Manuel Minjarez-Sosa, Ph.D.
Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona.
Dissertation title: Improved Quantitative Precipitation Estimation Over Complex Terrain Using Cloud-to-Ground Lightning data

Jennifer Stutler, M.S.
Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona.
Thesis title: The robustness of operational weather forecast criteria to define Gulf of California moisture surges

2012

William Cassell, M.S.
Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona.
Thesis title: Simulating organized convection during the 2004 North American Monsoon Experiment and its sensitivity to the specification of initial conditions.

2011

Brittany Ciancarelli, M.S.
Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona.
Thesis title: Influence of Large-scale Teleconnections on Dominant Patterns of Warm Season Precipitation Variability in a Fine Resolution Observational Record.

  2007

Stephen W. Bieda III, M.S.
Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona.
Thesis title: The Relationship of Transient Upper-Level Troughs to Variability of  North American Monsoon System.

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