Large-scale dynamics and general circulation group

Background loop:

Himawari satellite image loop, obtained from RAMMB

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Who we are

We are a research group in the department of Climate and Space Science and Engineering (CLaSP) at the University of Michigan. Our goal is to further our understanding of the physical processes that drive large-scale circulations through the analysis of observations and model simulations, and through the development of theory.

Our group collaborates with scientists from around the globe and we have published our results in reputable peer-reviewed journals. We also have ongoing efforts to communicate science to the public.

Our group is composed of undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs and is led by professor Ángel Francisco Adames-Corraliza.

 
 

About CLaSP

“The Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering combines scientific and technological excellence and leadership to explore the Sun, the Earth, our solar system, and the space beyond. We use observations, modeling, and theory to discover and explain phenomena that define our place in the universe, and address the pressing problems associated with global change.”

 

Background: GOES-16 image of hurricane Irma, obtained from RAMMB

 
 
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Recent News and Events

 

Graduate student Chelsea Snide joins the group

Chelsea obtained a degree in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Albany. She is interested in large-scale tropical dynamics and planetary atmospheres. Welcome Chelsea!

Graduate Student Rosa M. Vargas-Martes receives the NSF graduate research fellowship

April 2019: Congratulations Rosa!

Prof Adames-Corraliza selected to attend Kavli Frontiers in Science Symposium

“The symposium brings together outstanding young scientists to discuss advances and opportunities in a broad range of disciplines”