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Geoffrey Roest
Geoffrey Roest
Phone:
n/a
Email:
gsroest@tamu.edu
Office:
Eller O&M 1102
Address:

Texas A&M University O&M Building
MS 3150 
College Station, Texas 77843


Degrees:

PHD – TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY, ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE, EXPECTED MAY 2018

MS – SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY, GEOSCIENCE WITH CONCENTRATION IN METEOROLOGY, MAY 2014

BS – PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY, METEOROLOGY, MINOR IN TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS, MAY 2012

Awards:

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY :
TOP GRANT RECIPIENT, JANUARY 2015 TO PRESENT

SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY:
GRADUATE STUDENT AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT, MAY 2014
SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY PROVOST GRANT, 2012 TO 2013 ACADEMIC YEAR

PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY:
PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP, 2008 TO 2012


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Geoffrey Roest

Graduate Student

Research Interests

Atmospheric Chemistry, Oil And Gas Emissions, Air Quality Meteorology, Air Quality Modeling, Micrometeorology, Environment And Sustainability

Current Research:

Emissions From Unconventional Oil And Gas In The Eagle Ford Shale, Impacts On Air Quality And Climate Forcing

Selected Publications

Schade, Gunnar and Geoffrey Roest: Is the shale boom reversing ozone air quality progress?, EOS (in review) 

Roest, Geoffrey and Gunnar Schade, 2014: Quantifying VOC emissions in the Eagle Ford Shale using ethane enhancement, Poster, Atmospheric Impacts of Oil and Gas Development IV, American Geophysical Union 2014 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, [available online at https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm14/meetingapp.cgi#Paper/7844].

Roest, Geoffrey, 2014: Quasigeostrophic diagnosis of an explosively developing cyclone along the Northern California coast, Master’s Thesis, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA.

Additional Information

Advisor: Gunnar Schade

Other Activities:

Atmospheric Science Graduate Student Council Department Of Atmospheric Sciences, Texas A&M University- First Year Representative (2014 To Present)

American Geophysical Union –Conference Volunteer & Attendee (Fall 2013), Conference Presenter (Fall 2014)

Ch4 Connections, Conference Attendee (Fall 2014)

Geosciences Club, San Francisco State University- Member (2012 To 2014)

American Meteorological Society – Member (2008 To Present)

Northeast Storm Conference – Four-Time Attendee (2009 To 2012)

Mensa International – Member (2013 To Present)

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