|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|3357||02||GPH100P||Weather and Climate|
|3362||07||GPH100P||Weather and Climate|
|3363||08||GPH100P||Weather and Climate|
|3900||01||GPH387P||Severe and Unusual Weather|
I am a meteorologist by training with a MS in Meteorology and Physical Oceanography and a BS in Meteorology and Applied Mathematics from Univeristy of Miami (FL). I have been a visiting lecturer here at Salem State since 2006 and primarily teach the course Weather and Climate (GPH100P), an introductory course which focuses on the basic elements of weather and how these combine to create various weather phenomenon . I have also taught Severe and Unusual Weather (GPH387P) in which specific types of severe weather such as blizzards, thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes are discussed for both their meteorological impact as well as societal impact.
-Weather Impacts on Society
Pyatt, H. E., Albrecht, B. A., Fairall, C., Hare, J. E., Bond, N., Minnis, P., & Ayers, J. K. (2005). Evolution of marine atmospheric boundary layer structure across the cold tongue-ITCZ complex. Journal of climate, 18(5), 737-753.
Knitting and crochet. Running. Sports. And of course weather!