TEACHING & RESEARCH
Office: GY 424A
- Assistant Professor, Indiana University Department of Earth and Atmospheric, 2015-present.
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, 2013-2014.
- Research Assistant, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah, 2006–2013.
- Intern, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 2005.
- Ph.D. Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah, 2013
Dissertation: The response of the general circulation to imposed forcings.
- M. S. Meteorology, University of Utah, 2008.
Thesis: An evaluation of radio occultation measurements for long-term tropopause monitoring.
- Attended C-SPARC Summer School on Dynamics, long-term memory, and trends in the climate system. 2008.
- B. S. Mathematics,Weber State University, 2006.
Atmospheric dynamics, climate-cloud interactions, remote instrumentation, and climate change.
I am interested in understanding how the Earth’s atmosphere works. Being a little more specific, my research focuses on changes in the global circulation in the lowest 20 kilometers of the atmosphere, and accompanying changes in cloudiness. I enjoy using both climate models and satellite data in my work. I am also currently co-chair of the US CLIVAR Working Group on the Width of the Tropics. For more on my research, check out my personal page at http://pages.iu.edu/~pwstaten/