Several undergraduate students are also conducting research as a part of our group. Please read on for more details about their research! If you are an atmospheric science major (intended or declared) here at UWM who is interested in learning more about research opportunities, whether in our group or in the program as a whole, please contact Prof. Evans!
A junior at UWM, Giorgio is conducting research aimed at documenting the atmospheric conditions that result in fast vs. slow extratropical transition events, post-transition intensifying vs. weakening tropical cyclones, and post-transition warm-seclusion vs. cold-core tropical cyclone structural evolution.
A sophomore at UWM, Anna is continuing her research into the climatological frequency and impacts of atmospheric rivers in the northeast United States that she began in summer 2018 as a part of the Northeast Partnership for Atmospheric and Related Sciences REU program at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
A freshman at UWM, Marie is studying tropical cyclone formation events in the Atlantic basin, with a particular focus on developing a climatology of clustered formation events and relating these events to the larger set of all tropical cyclone formations across the basin.