In general, my research is driven by the desire to expand our process understanding of different phenomena found within the Earth's atmosphere. In pursuing this goal I perform high-resolution short time scale studies to further understand local phenomena and small-scale processes that may have large-scale (temporal and spatial) impacts, as well as low-resolution climate simulations assessing climate impacts stemming from human activity.

Below you may find a brief overview of my research, which focuses on feedback mechanisms triggered in polluted marine boundary clouds. In addition to this work I have explored the potential climate impacts due to the large-scale deployment of wind turbines and the geophysical limits of wind power imposed by the dynamics of the atmosphere.

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