Welcome to the webpage of Kristen L. Corbosiero

       
 
                                                                                                                               
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I am thrilled to announce I will be joining the faculty of the Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences at the University at Albany, State University of New York this September!

I am
currently an Assistant Professor of Tropical and Synoptic/Dynamic Meteorology in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at UCLA.  Before coming to UCLA, I was an Advanced Study Program postdoctotal fellow working in the Hurricane Group of the
Mesoscale
and Microscale Meteorology division of NCAR in Boulder, Colorado. 

Curriculum vitae  (PDF)
Publications
Conference Presentations and Seminars

Weather Links

Research:
    Hurricane Elena (1985)
    Tropical Cyclones and the North American Monsoon
    WRF Simulations of Atlantic Basin Tropical Cyclones
    Verifying Thunderstorm Occurrence with the NLDN

Teaching:
   
AOS 3: Introduction to the Atmospheric Environment (Winter 2010)
          Syllabus 

   
AOS C110/C227: Advanced Dynamic and Synoptic Meteorology (Spring 2008, 2010, 2011; Winter 2009)
          Syllabus
    AOS 200A: Introduction to the Atmospheric and Ocean Fluids (Fall 2008, 2009, 2010)
          Syllabus
   
AOS 216B: Wave Motions in the Tropical Atmosphere (Spring 2009)
          Syllabus
   
AOS 281: Special Topics in Dynamic Meteorology: Tropical Cyclone Structure and Intensity Change (Fall 2007)
          Syllabus

In the news...
       Summer 2008, UCAR Quarterly: Sharper eyes

       14 July 2009,
UCLA Today Faculty and Staff Notes: Confronting the eye of the storm
       17 June 2010, CBS Evening News with Katie Couric: Could a gulf hurricane help spill?

               

Last update August 23, 2011