I am a Professor in the Atmospheric Sciences Program, Department of Geography at The Ohio State University. I am also a Fellow at The Risk Institute at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business and a Core Faculty member of the Translational Data Analytics Institute and the Sustainability Institute at Ohio State University. Prior to his arrival at Ohio State in 2016, I spent 11 years at Texas A&M University.
My research focuses on hydroclimatology, weather data analytics and modeling the impact of storms on electrical infrastructure. I have published more than 100 journal articles and has received more than $15M in funding from federal (DOE, NSF, NOAA) and state (TWDB and TXDEM) agencies, including an NSF CAREER award in 2010.
I am currently an Associate Editor for Physical Geography and Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. I received a BA(Hons.) in geography from the University of Winnipeg in 1999, a MA in geography from the University of Manitoba in 2001, and a PhD in climatology from the University of Delaware in 2005.
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