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I am a Research Scientist II affiliated with CIRES, Univ. of Colorado working in the Tropical Dynamics Group of NOAA's ESRL/PSD. I use observations together with high-resolution models to improve understanding and prediction of convection and its interactions with tropical waves so that society can better respond to changes in weather and climate.
- B.Sc., Physics, Univ. of Miami, FL, May 1995
- M.Sc., Atmospheric Science, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, May 1998
- Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, Dec 2003
- Riley, E. M., B. E. Mapes, and S. N. Tulich, 2011: Clouds associated with the MJO: A new perspective from CloudSat. J. Atmos. Sci., 68, 3032-3051.
- Tulich, S. N., G. N. Kiladis, and A. Suzuki-Parker, 2011: Convectively-coupled Kelvin and easterly waves in a regional climate simulation of the tropics. Clim. Dyn., 36, 185-203.
- Tulich, S. N. and B. E. Mapes, 2010: Transient environmental sensitivities of explicitly simulated tropical convection. J. Atmos. Sci., 67, 923-940.
- Mapes, B. E., S. N. Tulich, T. Nasuno, and M. Satoh, 2008: Predictability aspects of global aqua-planet simulations with explicit convection. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 86A, 175-185.
- Tulich, S. N. and B. E. Mapes, 2008: Multiscale convective wave disturbances in the tropics: Insights from a two- dimensional cloud-resolving model. J. Atmos. Sci., 65, 140-155.
- Convectively Coupled Equatorial Waves
- Mesoscale Convective Systems
- Tropical intraseasonal variability
- Weather-Climate Interactions