www.osu.edu Scott D. Rudlosky
Department of Meteorology
Florida State University
www.fsu.edu

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Current Research My current research seeks to establish and apply relationships between total lightning and storm severity to develop lightning-based severe storm guidance products. Please follow this link to my current research web page...
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Photo Albums Photo Albums Please follow the links below to albums that display many of the photographs that I have taken throughout this great nation. Photos prior to Christmas 2008 were taken using my original 35mm camera, but all pictures since have been taken with a Sony DSLR. ***Sorry - I killed my photo pages in my haste to leave Tallahassee,
I will replace the images when I can find some time***


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About Me

About Me About Me My name is Scott David Rudlosky, son of William and Carol Rudlosky, and I am in my fifth and final year of graduate studies at Florida State University. I was born and raised in Kent, Ohio, which is located about 45 miles Southeast of Cleveland. I attended Kent Roosevelt High School where I played Golf, Basketball, and Baseball. After completing high school in 2000, I attended The Ohio State University where I studied Atmospheric Science and worked a wide variety of part-time jobs. I graduated from Ohio State in December 2004, and began the application process for a number of graduate schools. After careful consideration, I decided on FSU, and have been living in Tallahassee since...
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