August 2018: Welcome Morgan Stessman (MS Student) and Jacob Asherman (BS Student) to the CCP group!
July 2018: Dr. Stachnik submits an abstract to the 31st Conference on Climate Variablity and Change entitled, "Observational Changes in Cloud Regimes associated with the Interannual Variability of Hadley Cell Width." Graduate student Brett Chrisler submits an abstract to the Seventh Symposium on the Madden-Julian Oscillation and Sub-Seasonal Monsoon Variability entitled, "Index Intercomparison for MJO Event Termination."
June 2018: Dr. Stachnik, along with Drs. Elinor Martin (OU) and Rachel McCrary (NCAR), submit a proposal to the NASA Precipitation Measuring Missions (PMM) call titled, "Analysis of TRMM-GPM Observations in Improve Process-Level Understanding and Modeling of Precipitation and Latent Heating in Tropical Easterly Waves."

Clouds, Climate, and Precipitation

The Stachnik Research Group

The Clouds, Climate, and Precipitation Group studies the dynamics and impacts of clouds and precipitating systems ranging from local to regional and global scales. In particular, our research group focuses on tropical meteorology, climate variability and change, cloud physics and dynamics, mesoscale precipitating systems, multi-scale interactions, with a budding interest in weather, climate, and society. To achieve these goals, we rely on radar and satellite meteorology in addition to investigating large-scale numerical products including reanalyses and global climate models (GCMs).