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SOARS Protégés of 2011

Matthew Paulus

Matthew is most interested in severe storms, mesoscale convective systems, tornadoes, societal impacts of weather, radar meteorology, and the North American Monsoon.


Graduate
Colorado State University
MS in Atmospheric science
2013

Undergraduate
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
BS in Meteorology
2009

Awards
Alliance for Graduate Education and Professoriate Fellowship, Colorado State University - 2010

Research
2011: Detection of mesoscale vortices and their role in subsequent convection
2010: Single Doppler Radar-Retrieved Structure of the 5 June 2009 Goshen County, Wyoming Tornado
2009: Comparison of the VORTRAC retrieved structure of Hurricane Danny (1997) to prior analyses

Presentations
"Detection of mesoscale vortices and their role in subsequent convection," AMS 92nd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 2012
"Detection of mesoscale vortices and their role in subsequent convection," AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2011
"Single Doppler radar-retrieved structure of the 5 June 2009 Goshen County, Wyoming, Tornado," AMS 91st Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, 2011
"Comparison of the VORTRAC retrieved structure of Hurricane Danny (1997) to prior analyses," AMS Student Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2010
"Comparison of the VORTRAC retrieved structure of Hurricane Danny (1997) to prior analyses," SACNAS Conference, Dallas, TX, 2009

Mentoring
2011: Peer Mentor, Stanley Edwin and Andre Perkins

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

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