I am an FAU Geosciences assistant professor focusing on inland hurricane intensity decay. Over the past few years, I have been studying the spatial and temporal patterns of this intensity decay process and using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model to investigate the physical factors, including the impact of changing climate, that contribute to the weakening of hurricanes as they move inland.
GFS 0.25deg 120h Forecast
Ph.D. (2022) Geography and Environmental Science and Policy, University of South Florida
M.EnvSci. (2017) Climate Change Impact Assessment, University of Toronto
B.Sc. (2016) Earth Science/Business, University of Waterloo & China University of Geosciences (2+2)
Investigating Key Environmental Factors that Control the Slow Movement of Hurricane Harvey (2017) using the WRF Model
Accumulated Cyclone Energy-Based Tropical Cyclone Return Periods in Florida
Annals of the American Association of Geographers (Accepted)