Nicholas D. Metz

 
 

GREETINGS! I am a Ph.D. student under the advisement of Dr. Lance Bosart in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University at Albany.


A sampling of research interests:

- mesoscale interactions between multiple MCSs

  1. -upscale effects of episodic deep convection

  2. -maintenance/dissipation of Lake Michigan crossing MCSs

  3. -severe weather initiation/modification near the Great Lakes

  4. -Southern Hemispheric cold surges

  5. -lee cyclogenesis along the Andes Mountains

  6. -high latitude tropical transition


A sampling of teaching experience:

- ATM 100 - The Atmosphere

- ATM 400 - Synoptic Meteorology I


A sampling of teaching assistant experience

- ATM 321 - Physical Meteorology

  1. -ATM 333 - Mathematical Methods in Geophysics

  2. -ATM 305 - Global Physical Climatology

  3. -ENV 327 - Meteorological and Environmental Measurement

  4. -GEO 105 - Introduction to Environmental Science

  5. -ATM 401 - Synoptic Meteorology II

 

Contact Info:

Nicholas Metz

University at Albany

DAES - ES351

1400 Washington Ave. Albany, NY 12222

Dept. of Atmospheric & Environmental Sciences University at Albany

Current Research

  1. -BAMEX

  2. -Abstracts/Presentations

  3. -SH Cold Surges


Curriculum Vitae


Teaching/TA Experience

  1. -ATM 100

  2. -ATM 400


Graduate Classes Taken


Map Discussion

- 5 February 2010


Storm Chasing


Weather Links


Data Archives