I am a geography professor who studies and researches weather and climate. My specific focus is on the climatology of atmospheric hazards, including tornadoes, hurricanes, heat, flooding, and others. I collaborate with social scientists to connect the climatology of these events to exposure, vulnerability, perceptions, and policies.
Associate Professor of Geography, University of Tennessee
Florida State University, PhD
Mississippi State University, MS
Salisbury University, BS
Grants and Contracts
Convective mode and Tennessee tornadoes: Climatology, warning procedures, and false alarm rates.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Tornado warning response in the Southeast: Advancing knowledge for action in Tennessee.