Matthew Newman

CIRES, Campus Box 449
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309
(303) 497 - 6233
matt.newman@noaa.gov

Current position:

Research Scientist III.
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, Boulder, CO
Cooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Sciences (CIRES).

Previous positions:

Instructor, Bellevue Community College, January 1986-June 1987.
Taught undergraduate introductory course for non-majors (Atmospheric Science 101).

Instructor, University of Washington, June 1986-August 1986.
Taught undergraduate introductory course for non-majors (Atmospheric Science 101).


Education:

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, Seattle WA.
Ph.D. Atmospheric Science, October 1991.
Dissertation title: Model Studies of the Middle Atmosphere of Venus
Chairperson of the Supervisory Committee: Professor C. B. Leovy

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES, Los Angeles CA.
B.S. Atmospheric Science, June 1982 (magna cum laude, phi beta kappa).


Current research interests:

(Click on each item for information on that topic)
o Examining the sensitivity of low frequency variability to the time of year
o Extreme springtime weather events over North America and their relation to remote sources of forcing
o Applying stochastic forcing in models of low frequency variability

Publications:

ESRL : PSD : Matt Newman's publications
 
Matt Newman
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