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Matthew Brown
Matthew Brown
Phone:
(717) 575-1696
Email:
matthew_brown@tamu.edu
Office:
Eller O&M 1009C
Address:

Eller O&M Building 1009C, Department of Atmospheric Sciences

Texas A&M University, College Station,

TEXAS 77843. 


Degrees:

B.S. in Meteorology, Pennsylvania State University, 2016

M.S. in Atmospheric Sciences, Texas A&M University, 2018

Awards:

Lechner Graduate Scholarship (2016-2017, 2017-2018)

Best Student Poster – 29th AMS Severe Local Storms Conference (2018)

Outstanding Graduate Student Seminar – TAMU Atmospheric Sciences (2018)

M.T. Halbouty ’30/AAPG Foundation Endowed Fellowship (2018-2019)


Matthew Brown

Graduate Research Assistant

Research Interests

The focus of my research is mesoscale meteorology, namely the dynamics and thermodynamics of supercell thunderstorms and tornadogenesis. Current projects include the effect of low-level boundary layer features on supercell maintenance and tornadogenesis in idealized simulations, as well as the influence of global-scale teleconnection patterns on localized storm environment in the United States. 

Selected Publications

Brown, M., C. J. Nowotarski, 2019 (in press): The influence of lifting condensation level on low-level outflow and rotation in simulated supercell thunderstorms. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences.

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Christopher Nowotarski 

 

Recent Presentations:

  • Brown, M. and C. J. Nowotarski, “Influence of Lifting Condensation Level on Low-Level Outflow and Rotation in Simulated Supercell Thunderstorms”, Invited Seminar, Texas A&M University Department of Atmospheric Sciences, College Station, TX; 02/2019
  • Brown, M. and C. J. Nowotarski : “Influence of Lifting Condensation Level on Low-Level Outflow and Rotation in Simulated Supercell Thunderstorms” (Poster) , 29th AMS Meeting, Severe Local Storms Conference, Stowe, Vermont; 10/2018
  • Brown, M. and C. J. Nowotarski : “Influence of AO/NAO/PNA evolution on eastern and southeastern US storm environment” (Poster), 98th Annual AMS Meeting, 31st on Climate Variability and Change, Austin, Texas; 01/2018

Departmental Involvement:

  • Co-Chair of Graduate Seminar Committee
  • Member of Atmospheric Sciences Recruitment Committee
  • Graduate Representative on Department Website Committee
  • Graduate Coordinator for MESO18-19 Field Campaign
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