Theses and Dissertations

  1. Ben Toms, MS, Spring 2019, Interactions Between the Madden-Julian Oscillation and Mesoscale to Global Scale Phenomena
  2. Sean Freeman, MS, Fall 2018, Assessing the impacts of microphysical and environmental controls on simulated supercell storms Link
  3. Leah Grant, PhD, Spring 2018, Cold Pools Processes in Different Environments Link
  4. Aryeh Drager, MS, Fall 2016, Convective Cold Pools: Characterization and Soil Moisture Dependence Link
  5. Peter Marinescu, MS, Spring 2016, Latent Heating and Aerosol-Precipitation Interactions within Mesoscale Convective Systems Link
  6. Michal Clavner, PhD, Fall 2015, The Response of a Simulated Mesoscale Convective System to Increased Aerosol Pollution. Link
  7. Amanda Sheffield, PhD, Fall 2015, Exploring Post-Cold Frontal Moisture Transport in an Idealized Extratropical Cyclone Study. Link
  8. Adele Igel, PhD, Fall 2015, A Theoretical and Numerical Investigation of Warm-Phase Microphysical Processes. Link
  9. Matthew Igel, PhD, Fall 2014, Tropical Deep Convective Cloud Morphology. Link
  10. Leah Grant, MS, Spring 2014, The Relative Influence of Aerosol and the Environment on Organized Tropical and Midlatitude Deep Convection. Link
  11. Joshua King, MS, Spring 2014, On Modeled and Observed Warm Rainfall Occurrence and Its Relationship with Cloud Macrophysical Properties. Link
  12. Clayton McGee, MS, Spring 2013, Latent Heating and Mixing due to Entrainment in Deep Tropical Convection. Link
  13. Rob Seigel, PhD, Fall 2012, The Impacts of Mineral Dust on Organized Mesoscale Deep Convection. Link
  14. Adele Igel, MS, Fall 2012, Latent Heating and Cloud Processes in Warm Fronts. Link
  15. Rachel Storer, PhD, Fall 2012, Aerosol Impacts on Deep Convective Storms in the Tropics: A Combination of Modeling and Observations. Link
  16. Amanda Sheffield, MS, Fall 2011, Assessing the Impacts of Cloud Condensation Nuclei on Cumulus Congestus Clouds using Cloud Resolving Modeling. Link
  17. Rachel Storer, MS, Spring 2009, Modeling Aerosol Impacts on Convection under Differing Storm Environments.