Aerosols, Clouds, and Convection
Research Group at the University of Oklahoma’s School of Meteorology
Experiment of Sea Breeze Convection, Aerosols, Precipitation and Environment (ESCAPE)
Collaborative research and field campaign focused on understanding the interactions between aerosols, clouds, and precipitation in convective clouds in homogeneous environments.
Strong winds can have significant socioeconomic impacts and are challenging to forecast. This project, in collaboration with NWS offices, aims to understand wind forecast biases and improve model predictions of strong wind events.
Ice Production in Clouds
Climate models continue to show significant biases in ice concentrations in clouds, especially over the Southern Ocean. This work aims to understand the sensitivity of ice microphysics in numerical models constrained by MARCUS observations.
PhD student studying water, wind, and wildfires in Wyoming.Ethan Collins
Dr. Lebo is awesome!Dr. Zachary J. Lebo
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