Expertise DescriptionI have over 25 years experience in applied climatology with emphasis on the application of data analysis, statistical methods, and scientific visualization to atmospheric sciences data. As a climatologist, my primary research topics include analysis of wildland fire-climate and fire-meteorology relationships, fire policy, scientific visualization, and applications product development for wildland fire management planning and decision-making.
Areas of Expertise
My consulting services include: Associate Research Professor – division of atmospheric sciences; Professional Research Assistant, environmental sciences.
|Ph.D.||Geography||University of Colorado|
|M.A.||Geography||University of Colorado|
|B.A.||Astronomy-Physics||University of Illinois|
Awards & Affiliation
|The Effect of Monsoonal Atmospheric Moisture on Lightning Fire Ignitions…|
|Evaluation of ECPC's fire danger forecasts with RAWS observations|
|The Application and Utilization of Climate Information for Fire Management and Policy|
|Effect of climate variability and forecasting on fuel treatment schedules…|
|Wilderness Fire Management in a Changing Environment|
International Associations of Wildland Fire
Partial List of Consulting Expert Witness Cases