Alumni Paper Webpage
Holly Anderson Characteristics of Decaying Storms During Lightning Cessation at Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
Marcus Austin Master's Thesis To Be Posted Webpage
Kelly Godsey Modeling the Tallahassee Minimum Temperature Anomaly
Jeremy Halland Identifying Convective Transport of Carbon Monoxide through the Intercomparison of Remote Sensing Observations and Cloud Modeling Simulations FSU/NASA INTEX-B Meteorology & Trajectory Products
Don Harrigan Transport of Anthropogenic Emissions During ARCTAS-A: A Climatology and Regional Case Studies
Chris Kiley An Examination of Summertime Transport Processes During INTEX-A Using Meteorological Analyses and Synthetic MOPITT Carbon Monoxide Retrievals Webpage
Chris Klich The Role of Horizontal Resolution in Assessing the Transport of CO Using WRF-Chem
Andy Latto Quasi-Lagrangian Sampling of Air Pollution by Aircraft during the Intercontinental Chemical Transport Experiment Phase B
Steve Martinaitis Effects of Multi-Sensor Radar and Rain Gauge Data on Hydrologic Modeling in Relatively Flat Terrain
Joe Marzen Development of a Florida High-Resolution Multisensor Precipitation Dataset for 1996-2001 -- Quality Control and Verification
Danielle Morse A Chemical and Meteorological Analysis of Long-range Transport from Africa during Austral Spring
Bryan Mroczka Convective Patterns Across the Florida Peninsula Driven By The Position of The Subtropical Ridge (and other research)
Matt Onderlinde Developing a Parameter for Forecasting Tornadoes in Landfalling Tropical Cyclones
Luke Peffers Evaluation of Carbon Monoxide Dispersion in Complex Terrain Using a Lagrangian Particle Dispersion Model Driven by WRF Output

PhD Dissertation To Be Posted

Greg Quina Statistical and Hydrological Evaluations of Rain Gauge- and Radar-Derived Precipitation for the Florida Peninsula FSU - FDEP Historical Precipitation Database
Scott Rudlosky Characteristics of Positive Cloud-to-Ground Lightning

PhD Dissertation To Be Posted

Webpage (PhD Student)
Pete Saunders Development and Evaluation of Mesoscale Lightning Threat Guidance for Operational Use at NWS Offices
Walter Sessions Transport Simulations of Carbon Monoxide and Aerosols from Boreal Wildfires during ARCTAS using WRF-Chem
Phillip Shafer Developing Statistical Guidance for Forecasting the Amount of Warm Season Afternoon and Evening Lightning in South Florida

Developing Gridded Forecast Guidance for Warm Season Lightning Over Florida Using the Perfect Prognosis Method and Mesoscale Model Output
Matt Sitkowski Analysis of 3-, 6-, 12-, and 24-Hour Monthly Precipitation Frequencies for the National Weather Service Southern Region COMET Partners Research
Geoffrey Stano Developing Empirical Lightning Cessation Forecast Guidance for the Kennedy Space Center Webpage
Jessica Stroupe Warm Season Lightning Distributions Over the Northern Gulf of Mexico Coast and Their Relation to the Mesoscale and Synoptic Scale Environments Lightning Climatology of Florida & the Northern Gulf Coast
John Sullivan Modeling Streamflow Using Gauge-Only Versus Multi-Sensor Rainfall Webpage
Zack Taylor The Impact of Cumulus Parameterization Schemes on the Convective Transport of Biomass Burning Emissions using WRF-CHEM
T.J. Turnage Evaluating Operational and Newly Developed Mesocyclone and Tornado Detection Algorithms for Quasi-Linear Convective Systems
Denny VanCleve An Intercomparison of Mean Areal Precipitation from Gauges and a Multisensor Procedure
Geoff Wagner Master's Thesis To Be Posted Lightning Studies over West Texas and New Mexico
Justin Winarchick Developing Statistical Guidance for Afternoon Lightning Activity in Portions of Two South Florida Counties