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Timothy S. Bates, Associate Professor
Research Chemist, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, NOAA, Seattle
Ph.D., University of Washington
Oceanic and atmospheric chemistry; air-sea exchange of gases and particles; aerosols and climate.
Phone (206) 526-6248, Box 354925

Nicholas A. Bond, Associate Professor
Institute Scientist, UW Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean; Washington State Climatologist
Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, NOAA, Seattle
Ph.D., University of Washington
Air-sea interaction; boundary layers; coastal and marine meteorology.
Phone (206) 526-6459, Box 354925
ATG 623B
nab3met@u.washington.edu or Nicholas.Bond@noaa.gov

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Shuyi S. Chen, Professor
Professor, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Tropical meteorology; air-sea interactions; mesoscale dynamics; numerical modeling.
Phone (305) 361-4048, schen@rsmas.miami.edu

Bradley R. Colman, Associate Professor
Principal Program Manager, Microsoft, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052-7329; formerly Meteorologist in Charge, NOAA/National Weather Service Forecast Office, Seattle
Sc.D., MIT
Operational weather analysis and forecasting; coastal meteorology and oceanography; numerical modeling.

Daniel J. Cziczo, Assistant Professor
Scientist, Climate Physics, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, PO Box 999, Richland, WA 99352
Ph.D., University of Chicago
Chemical composition of atmospheric aerosols; cloud formation mechanisms and Earth's radiative budget; meteoritic debris in the atmosphere; launch vehicle particulate emissions.
Phone (509) 375-2725, daniel.cziczo@pnl.gov

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Sarah Doherty, Associate Professor
Research Scientist, Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean
Ph.D., University of Washington
Black carbon; light-absorbing impurities in snow and impact on climate and snow melt; instrument development and field measurements; measurement/modeling interface.
Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, University of Washington, 3737 Brooklyn Ave NE, Box 355672, Seattle, WA 98195-5672
JISAO Rm. 141, Phone (206) 543-6674, sarahd@atmos.washington.edu

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F. Anthony Eckel, Associate Professor
National Weather Service, Office of Science and Technology, Seattle
Ph.D., University of Washington
Ensemble prediction system design; ambiguity of ensemble-based forecasts; calibration of forecast probability; downscaling of ensemble output; objective application of forecast uncertainty.
The Climate Coporation, 710 Second Ave., Floor 11, Seattle, WA 98104
Phone (831) 402-9587, teckel@atmos.washington.edu

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Bonnie Light, Associate Professor
Research Scientist, Applied Physics Laboratory
Ph.D., University of Washington
Structural-optical relationships in first-year sea ice.
Phone (206) 543-9824, Box 355640, bonnie@apl.washington.edu

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Philip W. Mote, Associate Professor
Director Oregon Climate Change Research Institute and Oregon Climate Services
College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-2209
Ph.D., University of Washington
Climate change and greenhouse warming outreach; stratospheric dynamics.
Phone (541) 737-5694, Fax (541) 737-5710, pmote@coas.oregonstate.edu

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James E. Overland, Professor
Senior Oceanographer, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, NOAA, Seattle
Ph.D., New York University
Arctic and North Pacific climate variability; sea ice.
PMEL, Box 354925, Seattle WA 98195
Phone (206) 526-6795, james.e.overland@noaa.gov

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Lawrence F. Radke, Professor
Scientist, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO.
Ph.D., University of Washington
Cloud and aerosol interactions and physics; optical and microwave remote sensing; airborne instrumentation; wildfire dynamics and emissions; application of aircraft to geosciences research.
Phone (303) 497-8778, radke@ucar.edu

Philip J. Rasch, Professor
Chief Scientist and Laboratory Fellow, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA.
Ph.D., Florida State University
Extending normal mode initialization: A new method.
PNNL Phone (509) 372-4464, philip.rasch@pnl.gov
UW Atmospheric Sciences ATG 520, Phone (206) 685-1984


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Mark T. Stoelinga, Associate Professor
Senior Scientist, 3TIER by Vaisala, 2001 6th Ave., Suite 2100, Seattle, WA 98121
Ph.D., University of Washington
Mesoscale and synoptic meteorology;
atmospheric dynamics; cloud physics.
Phone (206) 708-8588, Mark.Stoelinga@vaisala.com

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Sandra Yuter, Associate Professor
Assistant Professor, North Carolina State University
Ph.D., University of Washington
Physical meteorology; mesoscale meteorology; radar and remote sensing.
Marine Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Raleigh, NC 27695-8201
Phone (919) 513-7963, sandra_yuter@ncsu.edu

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Revised: 03.22.16