About Me and Research Interests
Research and Class Projects
I'm just your run-of-the-mill gal who loves the inner workings of the atmosphere. I have lived in many places across the United States including California, North Carolina, and Texas. You could say living in various environments really
my interest in meteorology (lightning pun intended).
Big-time nature, boba, and animal lover. Oh, and food. In my spare time, I enjoy hanging out with friends, hiking, camping, drawing, watching anime, playing the amazing sport of Quidditch, and many other nerdy things! Also traveling if expenses allow and when there's not a killer global virus.
My research interests vary from the large scale to the miniscule. All aspects of the atmosphere and its complexities fascinate me. Currently, my research involves analyzing observations of boundary layer processes on a mesoscale level, though my projects prior to this have focused on urban heat islands, lightning climatologies, and verification of the probabilistic Warn-on Forecast model (see Research and Class Projects tab above). My ideal career position would be a mix of forecasting and research, but for now I have an interest in maintaining instruments that collect meteorological observations.
Visiting snow lab in Lake Tahoe
Building RAWS weather station