Paul J. Roebber
Professor, School of Freshwater Sciences
and Department of Mathematical Sciences
PhD, Meteorology, McGill University, 1991
SM, Meteorology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1983
BSc, Meteorology, McGill University, 1981
- Air-water interactions: physical driving of currents and waves in large lakes and oceans, interface exchanges of heat and moisture, turbulence
- Synoptic-dynamic and mesoscale meteorology: storm system dynamics from the cyclone-scale to mesoscale convective systems and individual convective storms
- Numerical modeling: state-of-the-art numerical weather prediction
Data analysis: statistical modeling, nonlinear dynamics, artificial neural networks, evolutionary programming
Recent and selected publications
Roebber PJ. 2010. Seeking consensus: A new approach. Monthly Weather Review. In press.
Roebber PJ, Westendorf M, and Meadows GR. 2010. Innovative Weather: A new strategy for student, university and community relationships. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 91: 877-888.
Schumann MR and Roebber PJ. 2010. The influence of synoptic forcing on convective morphology: An observational analysis. Monthly Weather Review 138: 463-474.
Hanrahan JL, Kravtsov SV, and Roebber PJ. 2010. Connecting past and present climate variability to the water levels of Lakes Michigan and Huron. Geophysical Research Letters 37: 1-6.
Roebber PJ. 2009. Visualizing multiple measures of forecast quality. Weather and Forecasting 24: 601-608.