Congratulations, NCAS Alum, Dr. Jose “Joe” Rivas!!

Congratulations to NCAS alum, Jose A. “Joe” Rivas for successfully defending his Ph.D. dissertation at University of Texas- El Paso (UTEP)!! His dissertation is titled, “Dust Storms and the Dispersal of Aquatic Invertebrates in the Chihuahuan Desert Ecoregion.” He was advised by NCAS-M Faculty, Dr. Tom Gill and co-advised by Dr. Elizabeth Walsh of the UTEP […]

**Post-Doc Fellowship** Center for Applied Social Research (CASR)

General: A new 3-year grant coming in for a NOAA Hazardous Weather Testbed project funded to more thoroughly study a vulnerability mapping tool that we made for two Alabama NWS Forecast Offices: Birmingham and Huntsville. The idea is that the extra information might alter how forecasters are communicating with emergency managers and the public, especially […]

Congratulations NCAS-M Grads!!

NCAS-M is celebrating graduates!! NCAS-M Fellow, Daniel Yeager earned a PhD in Atmospheric Sciences from Howard University in May 2019. His thesis titled, “Radiative Properties of Aging Saharan Dust Plumes Entering the Tropical Atlantic”, examined the Saharan dust plumes as they enter the tropical parts of the Atlantic Ocean. After graduation, Dr. Yeager will be […]

A Likely Union: Climate Change and Landscape Architecture

NCAS-M Webinar Series 2019 Did you know that landscape architects can influence climate change?! JOIN US FOR OUR NEXT WEBINAR… Diane Jones Allen, D. Eng Associate Professor, University of Texas at Arlington College of Architecture, Planning, and Public Affairs Dr. Jones Allen will discuss research and practice pertaining to climate change and landscape architecture as […]

Check Out NCAS-M Fellow, Jennifer Kennedy, at AGU

Date and Title: Friday, December 14, 3:40 – 6:00 PM Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center, Hall A-C (Poster Hall) Abstract Title: Applying Land Data Assimilation to Simulate Days Suitable for Fieldwork for Agricultural Decision-Making Session Number & Title: A11G: Aerosol Exchange Across the Air–Sea Interface: Deposition and Emission I Posters