ATM Students and Faculty Present at AGU
- January 4, 2016
Students and faculty presented at the 2015 AGU Fall Meeting which took place December 14 – 18, 2015 in San Francisco, CA. The AGU (American Geophysical Union) conference is the largest earth and space science meeting in the world and regularly draws nearly 24,000 attendees. Dr. Hanrahan gave a talk about the department’s recent climate change outreach efforts, and was a co-author on a poster about the climatology of solar energy potential in Vermont, which was presented by current ATM senior, Colton Zercher. Another ATM student, Melissa Segall, presented on research which was completed during an internship last summer.
- Improving Climate Change Communication Skills through Community Outreach, Dr. Janel Hanrahan
- Using Diurnal Temperature Range to Examine the Climatology of Solar Energy Potential, Colton Zercher, Dr. Janel Hanrahan, and Sarah Murphy
- Large Precipitation Events in Northern Vermont Compared to Global Temperature Anomalies and Carbon Dioxide Concentrations, Tania Bacchus (Johnson State College) and Melissa Segall