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SOARS Protégés of 2014

Sarah Al-Momar


Graduate
Plymouth State University
MS in Applied Meteorology
In Progress

Undergraduate
Valparaiso University
BS in Meteorology
2013

Awards
First Place Undergraduate Student Poster - 2013 AMS Annual Meeting

Research
2014: Examining In-Cloud, Convective Turbulence in Relation to Total Lightning and the 3D Windfield of Severe Thunderstorms
2013: Relating total lightning and storm microphysics to in-cloud convective turbulence
2012: Relating Electrified Cloud Properties to Wilson Currents: An Oceanic Case Study

Presentations
"Examining In-Cloud, Convective Turbulence in Relation to Total Lightning and the 3D Windfield of Severe Thunderstorms," AMS 95th Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ, 2015
"Examining In-Cloud, Convective Turbulence in Relation to Total Lightning and the 3D Windfield of Severe Thunderstorms," AGU Fall Conference, San Francisco, CA, 2014
"Relating Total Lightning and Storm Microphysics to In-Cloud Convective Turbulence,” AMS 94th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2014
"Relating Electrified Cloud Properties to Wilson Currents: an Oceanic and Continental Case Study,” AMS 93rd Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, 2013

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

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