New Year Resolution? More frequent updates to the site! To kick things off, I'm pleased to announce the Doppler on Wheels (DOW) will be visiting UND from 20 Jan to 10 Feb.
in support of an educational field campaign! Note that some links will be broken or outdated as I update the site.
Aaron was featured in a Grand Forks Herald on local temperature/precipitation trends.
-GF Herald Article-
Aaron's proposal: Detection and characteristics of blowing snow at ARM sites has been recommended for funding by the Atmospheric System Research (ASR) division of the Dept. of Energy.
-DOE Press Release-
Aaron was awarded $166k from the National Science Foundation for the following award: EAGER: Observations of Falling and Lofted Snow in Windy Environments
M.S. student Brooke Hagenhoff won first prize in the inaugural Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at UND!
Aaron was sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) to attend Climate Science Day on Capitol Hill on 3/21/17.
M.S. student Brooke Hagenhoff won first prize for her oral presentation, “A Regime Based Climatological Assessment of WRF
Simulated Convection and Associated Precipitation” at the 7th Transition of Research to Operations (7R2O) Conference at the 2017 American Meteorological Society Annual meeting.
CV updated along with the 'People' page.