Dept. of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics

Columbia University

Kelsey Malloy, Ph.D.

I am a Postdoctoral Research Scientist at Columbia University who is studying subseasonal-to-seasonal variability in North American severe convective storm activity as well as how climate change may be impacting severe convective storm activity. Previously, I studied the predictability of U.S. Great Plains summer hydroclimate, primarily by understanding monsoon-forced teleconnections. I am interested in climate variability and dynamics, extratropical-tropical interactions, weather and climate extremes, climate risk, and predictability. I am also involved in a science communication project for general audiences (see Seasoned Chaos), K-12 outreach for science, and general data science/programming topics.

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