Convection, Chemistry, and Climate Research Group

in the School of Meteorology at the University of Oklahoma

  Last Update:

13 August 2019

Welcome to the website for the Convection, Chemistry, and Climate (CCC) research group in the School of Meteorology at the University of Oklahoma! On this website you will find information on group members, group research activities, and our peer-reviewed publications.

 

Questions/comments related to the content provided on this website, inquiries about graduate school opportunities, and communication from the press should be directed to
Dr. Cameron R. Homeyer.

RECENT NEWS:

April 2019

  • A paper led by Tao Xian on global tropopause altitude characteristics and trends is now published in final form in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics! LINK

  • Science Magazine published an article highlighting our Dynamics and Chemistry of the Summer Stratosphere (DCOTSS) field project and some of the science that motivates it. There are quotes from several members on the DCOTSS science team and in the broader community. Check it out: LINK

 

  • A paper led by Elisa Murillo on detection of severe hail fall and hail storms using remote sensing observations (radar + satellite) is now published in final form at the Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology! LINK

  • Interested in the Dynamics and Chemistry of the Summer Stratosphere (DCOTSS) field project? There is an opening to participate as a postdoctoral researcher based out of Texas A&M! Check it out: LINK

 

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