Graduate Advisees

2017

Sujan Pal, M.S. 
Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona.
Thesis title: Toward improvement in Seasonal Forecasting the Southwest Using a Regional Climate Product & Importance of Environmental Forcing on the Size and Structure of Simulated Tropical Cyclones

2015

Thang M. Luong, Ph.D. 
Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona.
Thesis title: Severe weather during the North American monsoon and its response to rapid urbanization and a changing global climate within the context of high resolution regional atmospheric modeling

2014

Carlos M. Carrillo, Ph.D. 
Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona.
Thesis title: North American monsoon variability from the paleoclimate era to climate change projection: a multiple dataset perspective

Timothy M. Lahmers, M.S.
Hydrometeorology, University of Arizona.
Thesis title: Long-term changes in the climatology of transient inverted troughs over the North American monsoon region and their effects on severe weather

Megan Jares, M.S.
Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona.
Thesis title: Determining Spatial Coherency and Evaluation  of Thermodynamic Change of the North American Monsoon

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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