Honors Thesis

My Honors Thesis was performed as the final requirement for the honors degree in Atmospheric Science and to also graduate from the Honors College. This research was done under the Advisement of Dr. Paul Roundy.

This research focused on the effects of the MJO in Continetal United States Temperatures. A copy of my Thesis is avalaible here The MJO and its effects on Continental United States Temperatures

Summer Research

In the Summer of 2013 I conducted research with the Center of Multiscale Modeling of Atmosperic Processes in Fort Collins, CO. This research was done under the Advisement of Dr. Eric Moloney. The focus of this study was to analyze the origins of East Pacific Easterly Waves.

More information about my research and an image of my poster can be found here The Analysis on the origins of East Pacific Easterly Waves

A pdf of my research presentation is also available here The Analysis on the origins of East Pacific Easterly Waves Presentation

Current Research

I'm currently working under the advisement of DR. Paul Roundy in analyzing the NAO and the different weather patterns across the U.S in relatioship to the initation of a new MJO event on the Indian Ocean.