Page Contents

SOARS Protégés of 2016

Steven Naegele


Graduate
Penn State
MS in Meteorology
In Progress

Undergraduate
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BS in Atmospheric Science / Physics
2015

Research
2016: Riming Parameterization Impacts on the Microphysical Evolution of a Northeast Winter Cyclone and the Associated Snowbands
2015: Impacts of Graupel Parameterization on Idealized and Real Case Simulations of Squall Lines
2014: Sensitivity of a Simulated Squall Line to the Microphysical Representation of Graupel

Presentations
"Riming Parameterization Impacts on the Microphysical Evolution of a Northeast Winter Cyclone and the Associated Snowbands," AMS 97th Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA 2017
"Impacts of Graupel Parameterization on Idealized and Real Case Simulations of Squall Lines," AMS 96th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA 2016
"Impacts of Graupel Parameterization on Idealized and Real Case Simulations of Squall Lines," AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2015
"Sensitivity of a Simulated Squall Line to the Microphysical Representation of Graupel," AMS 95th Annual Meeting, Phoeniz, AZ, 2015
"Sensitivity of a Simulated Squall Line to the Microphysical Representation of Graupel," SACNAS National Conference, Los Angeles, CA, 2014

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

Footer