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Susan C. van den Heever
Monfort Professor
 

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Steve Herbener

Steve Herbener
 
Biosketch: I started as a Research Associate in the department on December, 2011. My research interests include cloud microphysics, cloud and storm dynamics, cloud-aerosol interactions, and cloud resolving models. My personal interests include music, trumpet playing, skiing, and hiking.
 
Education: B.S. in Computer Science - 1982 - University of Nebraska
M.S. in Electrical Engineering - 1985 - University of Illinois
 
Publications:
 
Conference Presentations: Herbener, S. R., and W. R. Cotton, 2009: Microphysical-dynamical Interactions in an Idealized tropical cyclone simulations, AMS, 13th Conference on Mesoscale Processes, Salt Lake City, UT

Herbener, S. R., 2011: Feasibility study of the mitigation of the intensity of tropical cyclones by CCN seeding in the outer rainband region, AMS 91st Annual Meeting, 18th Conference on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification, Seattle, WA

Herbener, S. R., 2011: An evaluation of the impact of the introduction of sea salt aerosol source and sink routines in the microphysics scheme of the Regional Atmospheric Modeling System, AMS 91st Annual Meeting, Third Symposium on Aerosol-Cloud-Climate Interactions, Seattle, WA
 
Awards: Excellent Oral Presentation Award - 18th PIWM Conference at the AMS 91st Annual Meeting
 
Last updated: 03/2012

Prof. Susan C. van den Heever
Monfort Professor
Department of Atmospheric Science
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
email: sue (at) atmos.colostate.edu

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