|Adam Turchioe SUNY Albany||
I am a second year graduate student in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at SUNY Albany. I received my B.S. in Meteorology from Northern Illinois University and will receive my M.S. in Atmospheric Science in the summer of 2014. I am working with my advisor Dr. Lance Bosart on changes in Arctic climate and how these changes affect midlatitude circulation patterns. Specific research topics include: sea-ice loss, frequency/intensity of Arctic cylones, fall Eurasian snowcover and influences, case study of the August 2012 intense Arctic cyclone, etc. Proficient in NCAR Command Language, which is used for all graphics contained within my website. Thank you for visiting!