NOAA Research Scientist for Earth System Research Laboratories
- Ph.D., Tel Aviv University, 1990
I am a research scientist at NOAA's Earth System Research Laboratories (Chemical Sciences Laboratory) in Boulder, Colorado. My interests lie in aerosol-cloud-precipitation interactions and implications for climate change. My group’s focus is on process level studies using high resolution models and observations (aircraft and surface remote sensing) at the cloud scale (10s of meters to 100 km). We primarily study shallow clouds and how they are modified by particulate matter (aerosol) and how they might change in a warmer climate (the cloud feedback problem).
- Emergence and Self-Organization in Cloud Fields
- Aerosol Effects on Precipitation
- Small cumulus clouds: their importance for climate and their response to aerosol perturbations
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