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Consulting meteorologist, meteorology Consulting meteorologist, weather, wind, atmospheric conditions, weather forecasting, weather conditions, rain, weather conditions,
MS Meteorology, San Jose State University, May 1992. GPA. 3.9/4.O.
Numerical Modeling, Boundary Layer Meteorology, Research Methods.
Master’s Thesis “Implementation of a Mesoscale Boundary Layer Wind Model in the San Francisco Bay Area. Alumni Association scholarship, SJSU, April 1988.
BS Meteorology, San Jose State University, May 1987, with honors. GPA (major):3.6/4.0
FORTRAN, IBM PC. Senior
Thesis: “Sounding Analysis Technique for Prediction of clear Air Turbulence.” Dean’s Scholar, School of Science, SJSU, 1986-87.
Department of Meteorology (SJSU): Gary Quinby Award for Service (May 1987)
12 years’ experience teaching entry-level meteorology courses, as well as aviation meteorology, climatology and computers in meteorology, at San Jose State University (Departments of Meteorology. Geology and Biology), 1988-98.
Foothill and De Anza Community Colleges, 1991-98. Cabrillo Community College, 1992-98.
San Jose State summer courses for National weather Service forecasters, 1987-92
Research And Consulting
A complete list available upon request
Analysis of fog and moisture conditions pertaining to personal injury litigation (1998).
Determination of weather conditions for vehicular accident case (1997).
Rainfall data research for various personal injury cases (1993, 1997).
Wind modeling and data acquisition for Richmond toxic cloud incident (1993-94), for Unocal Oil Refinery long-term releases (1994-1996), and for Tosco oil refinery releases (1996-97).
Court testimony, research of weather conditions and satellite imagery (1992)
American Meteorological Society, member since 1985
San Jose State University student AMS Chapter: President 1986-87, Sec./Treas. 1985-86