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SOARS Protégés of 2011

Karl Clarke

Karl is interested in atmospheric-oceanic interaction along coastal boundaries and the communication of scientific fact.


Graduate
Oregon State University
PhD in Science Education
In progress

Undergraduate
Hunter College
BA in Environmental Earth Science
2009

Awards
Golden Key International Honors Society - 2009

Research
2011: Program coordinators' perceptions of effective national citizen science programs and their impacts: an exploratory study
2010: Communicating atmospheric science and research using field campaigns
2009: A citizen science campaign encouraging urban forest professionals to engage the public in the collection of tree phenological data
2008: An outline of the process needed for student understanding of hurricanes and El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events

Presentations
"Program coordinators' perceptions of effective national citizen science programs and their impacts: an exploratory study," AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2011
"Communicating atmospheric science and research to diverse audiences using a field campaign," AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2010
"A citizen science campaign encouraging urban forest professionals to engage the public in the collection of tree phenological data," AMS Student Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2010
"A citizen science campaign encouraging urban forest professionals to engage the public in the collection of tree phenological data," ESA Conference, Santa Fe, NM, 2009
"A citizen science campaign encouraging urban forest professionals to engage the public in the collection of tree phenological data," AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2009
"An outline of the process needed for student understanding of hurricanes and El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events," AMS Student Conference, Phoenix, AZ, 2009

Mentoring
2011: RESESS Mentor, Jordan Allen

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

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