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Lidia Huaman-Chuquihuaccha
Lidia Huaman-Chuquihuaccha
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Department of Atmospheric Sciences
Texas A&M University
3150 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-3150


Degrees:
S. Atmospheric Sciences, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
S. Meteorology, National Agrarian University - La Molina, Lima, Peru
Awards:

NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship 2018-2019


Lidia Huaman-Chuquihuaccha

Graduate Research Assistant

Research Interests

Tropical Meteorology

  • The Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) and associated circulation in the East Pacific
  • Tropical propagating modes and double ITCZ at synoptic scales in the East Pacific ITCZ
  • Organization of Tropical East Pacific Convection (OTREC) field campaign

Selected Publications

Peer-Reviewed

  • Huaman, L., and K. Takahashi, 2016: The vertical structure of the eastern Pacific ITCZs and associated circulation using the TRMM Precipitation Radar and in situ data. Geophysical Research Letters43(15), 8230-8239.
  • Huaman, L., and C. Schumacher, 2018: Assessing the vertical latent heating structure of the East Pacific ITCZ using the CloudSat CPR and TRMM PR. Journal of Climate31(7), 2563-2577.

 

Other Publications

  • Huaman, L., León K., and Takahashi K., (2015) Ondas Kelvin atmosféricas en el Pacífico Oriental. Boletin Técnico “Generación de modelos climáticos para el pronóstico de la ocurrencia del Fenómeno El Niño”, Geophysical Institute of Peru, December, 2nd, 12, 9-10.  http://www.met.igp.gob.pe/publicaciones/Avances_PPR_El_Nino_IGP_201512.pdf

 

Selected conferences

  • "Extratropical Forcing of Convectively Coupled Kelvin Waves in the Pacific basin ITCZ", Poster, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Washington DC, December 2018.
  • Assessing the Vertical Latent Heating Structure of the East Pacific ITCZ Using CloudSat CPR and TRMM PR”, Oral, 98th AMS annual meeting, David J. Raymond Symposium, Austin, Texas, January, 2018
  • Assessing the Vertical Latent Heating Structure of the East Pacific ITCZ Using CloudSat CPR and TRMM PR”, Oral, AGU Fall meeting 2017, New Orleans, Louisiana, December, 2017
  • Assessing the Vertical Structure of East Pacific ITCZ Convection”, Poster, Sao Paulo School of Advanced Science on Climate Change: Scientific basis, adaptation, vulnerability and mitigation, Sao Paulo, Brazil, July, 2017
  • The vertical structure of the eastern Pacific ITCZs and associated circulation using the TRMM Precipitation Radar and in situ data”, Poster, CLIVAR Open Science Conference and Early Career Scientists Symposium, Qingdao, China, September, 2016
  • Top or Bottom-Heavy? Observational Constraints on the Vertical Structure of the Eastern Pacific ITCZ”, Poster, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2015
  • Constraints on the vertical structure of the eastern Pacific ITCZ using TRMM precipitation radar data”, Poster, XI ICSHMO International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography, Santiago de Chile, Chile, October, 2019

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Courtney Schumacher
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