Nicholas Davis


Department of Atmospheric Science

Colorado State University


My name is Nick and I'm a Ph.D. student in the Birner group in Colorado State University's Department of Atmospheric Science.

I study the dynamics governing variability and change in the Hadley cells and their impacts on surface climate.

My research interests include:

  • Stationary and transient Rossby wave impacts on the Hadley cell width
  • How variations in the Hadley cell width project onto surface climate
  • Creative uses for COSMIC GNSS radio occultation data
  • Idealized modeling

Contact

nadavis@atmos.colostate.edu