Josh arrived at the University of Oklahoma after earning his B.S. in Earth Science - Meteorology from California University of Pennsylvania in 2015. As part of the Plains Elevated Convection at Night (PECAN) project, Josh's Master's thesis (2017) covered the low-level jet's impact on nocturnal convection initiation over the Great Plains. Now for his Ph.D, Josh is studying the impact of rapid scan radars on vertical velocity estimates in dual-Doppler analyses under Dr. Alan Shapiro.
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