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SOARS Protégés of 2010

Dana Pauzauskie


Undergraduate
University of Kansas
BS in Social Welfare
2008

Research
2010: “Hot Town, Summer in the City”: Exploring perception of and adaption to extreme heat in Phoenix, Arizona
2009: Different ways of knowing: Exploring traditional ecological knowledge and climate modeling for the Turtle Mountains, North Dakota
2008: Regional climate model projections for Northeast Kansas: Access to water on the Kickapoo Reservation

Presentations
"Hot town, summer in the city: Exploring perception of and adaption to extreme heat in Phoenix, Arizona," AMS 91st Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, 2011
"Different ways of knowing: Exploring traditional ecological knowledge and climate modeling for the Turtle Mountains, North Dakota," AMS 90th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2010
"Regional climate model projections for Northeast Kansas: Access to water on the Kickapoo Reservation," Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, NV, 2009

Mentoring
2009: Peer Mentor, Sharome Goode
2010: Peer Mentor, Matthew Burger and Dereka Carroll

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

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