Daniel Jellis

Daniel Jellis

Graduate Research Assistant



  Eller O&M 1014F


Investigating the impact of overshooting convection on the stratosphere over the United States. Topics include tracking of overshoots using GridRad, and simulation of overshooting storms in WRF. Research is funded by the Dynamics and Chemistry of the Summer Stratosphere (DCOTSS) project.

Selected Publications

Jellis, D. R., K. P. Bowman, and A. D. Rapp, 2023: Lifetimes of overshooting convective events using high-frequency gridded radar composites. Monthly Weather Review, 151, https://doi.org/10.1175/MWR-D-23-0032.1.


B.S. in Physics, University of New Hampshire

M.S. in Atmospheric Science, Texas A&M University


Texas A&M University Merit Fellowship

Lechner Fellowship

Additional Information

Advisors: Dr. Kenneth Bowman and Dr. Anita Rapp

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