Expert on satellite remote sensing, climate change, and the global energy and water cycles.
Assistant professor, atmospheric and oceanic sciences
Cell phone available upon request.
Tristan L'Ecuyer Assistant professor, atmospheric and oceanic sciences University of Wisconsin-Madison Expert on satellite remote sensing, climate change, and the global energy and water cycles. http://www.aos.wisc.edu/~tristan/index.php firstname.lastname@example.org 608-890-2107 (work) Cell phone available upon request; e-mail email@example.com
Areas of expertise
- Satellite remote sensing of clouds and precipitation
- Global energy budget
- Climate feedbacks and climate change
- PI NASA CloudSat- and Global Precipitation Mission-sponsored Light Precipitation Validation Experiment (LPVEx)
- Lead developer NASA CloudSat radiative heating rate, rainfall, and snowfall datasets. NASA group achievement award for algorithm development in 2008.
- Co-chair NASA Energy and Water cycle Study (NEWS) energy and water cycle climatology working group
- Author: "Touring the Atmosphere Aboard the A-Train", Physics Today 63, 36-41.
- Member: American Geophysical Union and American Meteorological Society.