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SOARS Protégés of 2006

Anthony Didlake

 


Graduate
University of Washington
PhD In Atmospheric Sciences
2012

Undergraduate
Yale Unversity
BS in Geology & Geographysics
2006

Awards
National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship-2008
AMS/Industry/Government Graduate Fellowship-2006
AMS Undergraduate Scholarship- 2004
American Geological Institute Minority Participation Program Scholarship - 2004

Research
2006: A comparison of large-scale influences on tropical cyclogenesis in the Eastern Pacific
2005: Using GPS radio occultation data in the study of tropical cyclogenesis
2004: Evalutating Various Wind Measurement and Retrieval Schemes Used for the Pentagon Shield Project

Presentations
"A Comparison of Large-Scale Influences on Tropical Cyclogenesis in the Eastern Pacific," AMS 87th Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX, 2007
"Using GPS Radio Occultation Data in the Study of Tropical Cyclogenesis," American Association for the Advancement of Science: 2006 Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, 2006
"Using GPS Radio Occultation Data in the Study of Tropical Cyclogenesis," AMS 86th Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2006
"Evaluating Various Wind Measurement and Retrieval Schemes Used for the Pentagon Shield Project," AMS 85th Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, 2005
"Using GPS Radio Occultation Data in the Study of Tropical Cyclogenesis," AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 2005

Mentoring
2006: Peer Mentor, Michael Kevin Hernandez

To access Anthony's work on NCAR's Library service, OpenSky click here.

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