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SOARS Protégés of 2016

Meghan Mitchell


Graduate
Texas Tech
MS in Atmospheric Science
In Progress

Undergraduate
Iowa State University
BS in Meteorology
2015

Research
2016: Development of Statistical Post-Processing Techniques for Improved Low-level Wind Speed Forecasts in West Texas
2015: Validating the WRF Model using High Resolution Doppler Lidar Data from a Uinta Basin, UT 2012 Field Campaign for Wind Energy Applications
2014:Determining the Effectiveness of the WRF Model's Wind Direction Forecasts for a Central Iowa Wind Farm
2013: How the chemical composition of the pre-storm and inflow regions compare to each other and to the outflow region of deep convection in the upper troposphere

Presentations
"Development of Statistical Post-Processing Techniques for Improved Low-Level Wind Speed Forecasts in West Texas," AMS 97th Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, 2017
"Validating the WRF Model using High Resolution Doppler Lidar Data from a Uinta Basin, UT 2012 Field Campaign for Wind Energy Applications," AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2015
"Determining the Effectiveness of the WRF Model's Wind Direction Forecasts for a Central Iowa Wind Farm," AMS 95th Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 2015
"Determining the Effectiveness of the WRF Model's Wind Direction Forecasts for a Central Iowa Wind Farm," SACNAS National Conference, Los Angeles, CA, 2014
"How the Chemical Composition of the Pre-storm and Inflow Regions Compare to Each Other and to the Outflow Region of Deep Convection in the Upper Troposphere,” AMS Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2014
"How the chemical composition of the pre-storm and inflow regions compare to each other and to the outflow region of deep convection in the upper troposphere," SACNAS National Conference, San Antonio, TX, 2013

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