Page Contents

SOARS Protégés of 2009

Lumari Pardo-Rodriguez

Lumari's interests include areas such as: intensification forecast of Atlantic Tropical Cyclones and also adaptation to climate change in the Caribbean and Latin America.


Graduate
University of California, Santa Barbara
PhD in Geography
In Progress

Graduate
Columbia University
MA in Climate and Society
2009

Undergraduate
Universidad Intramericana de Puerto Rico
BS in Mathematics
2008

Awards
Universidad Intramericana de Puerto Rico, Departmental Leadership - 2008
Universidad Intramericana de Puerto Rico, Excelencia Academia - 2007

Research
2009: Lightning activity in Atlantic tropical cyclones: Using the Long-range Lightning Detection Network (LLDN)
2008: Convective transport of chemical constituents at Norrthern Alabama and Central Oklahoma: A numerical analysis
2007: Improving data quality when sampling oxygen-18 isotopes in atmospheric carbon dioxide

Presentations
"Science and education outreach: A case study of mutual learning between children and young scientists," AMS 90th Annual Conference, Atlatna, GA, 2010
"Lightning activity in Atlantic tropical cyclones: Using the Long-range Lightning Detection Network (LLDN)," AMS Student Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2010
"Convective transport of chemical constituents at Norrthern Alabama and Central Oklahoma: A numerical analysis," FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC Workshop, Taipei, Taiwan, 2008
"Improving data quality when sampling oxygen-18 isotopes in atmospheric carbon dioxide," AMS 7th Annual Student Conference, New Orleans, LA, 2008
"Improving data quality when sampling oxygen-18 isotopes in atmospheric carbon dioxide," SACNAS, Kansas City, MO, 2007

Mentoring
2008: Peer Mentor, Eowyn Connolly-Brown

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

Footer