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Pennsylvania State University B.S. Meteorology;

Pennsylvania State University Meteorologist at Argonne National Laboratory (34 years) Climate Research Section/Environmental Science Division Author or co-author of dozens of journal articles, conference papers and posters, and technical reports.

Instrument mentor for dozens of climate change monitoring systems throughout the world.

Expertise: micrometeorology, atmospheric physics, lightning chemistry, soil physics, lightning protection and grounding, instrumentation, climate change studies, meteorological towers and infrastructure.

Funding through the Department of Energy ARM (Atmospheric Radiation Measurements) and Ameriflux Programs.


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