WHO I AM
I am currently a Research Specialist, Atmospheric Sciences in the Institute of Atmospheric Physics at The University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona.
I am originally from Detroit, Michigan and came to Tucson to pursue a M.S. in Atmospheric Sciences after receiving a B.S. in Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences from the University of Michigan.
For a detailed C.V., go to my Bio.
WHAT I DO
I research mostly atmosphere-ocean boundary processes--their impact on climate and their representation in climate models. Research projects that I've been involved in have included several model surface flux parameterization intercomparisons, studies of marine atmospheric boundary layer processes, and the implementation of a skin sea surface temperature scheme into a climate model.
For more information on my research, go to my Research.
WHY I AM AN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENTIST
As a child, I was fascinated with the weather and wondered why the atmosphere does what it does. That curiosity led me to follow a career in atmospheric science. Even though my research is in climate, I still follow the weather religiously. In my Weather section, I link to the sites that contain my favorite weather data.
WHERE I'VE BEEN
I love to travel, and I take my camera everywhere I go. I've posted some of my favorite pictures of my travels in my Galleries.
HOW TO FIND SIMILAR WEB PAGES
In my Links section, I've compiled some of my favorite links and others that are essential to my work.