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SOARS Protégés of 2012

Annareli Morales

Annareli is interested in studying aerosols and their effects on clouds and precipitation on the present and future climate.


Graduate
University of Michigan
PhD in Atmospheric Science
In progress

Colorado State University
MS in Atmospheric Science
2014

Undergraduate
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BS in Atmospheric Science/Geology
2012

Research
2012: Sensitivity of a Simulated Deep Convective Storm to WRF Mycrophysical Schemes and Horiozontal Resolution
2011: Semi-empirical functions describing the response of short-lived radicals to their driving forces in the WRF/ Chem model

Presentations
"Sensitivity of a Simulated Deep Convective Storm to WRF Mycrophysical Schemes and Horiozontal Resolution," AMS 93rd Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, 2013
"Semi-empirical functions describing the response of short-lived radicals to their driving forces in the WRF/ Chem model," AMS 92nd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 2012
"Semi-empirical functions describing the response of short-lived radicals to their driving forces in the WRF/chem model," SACNAS, San Jose, CA, 2011

Mentoring
2011: HIRO Mentor, Kara Fong

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

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