Bernhard Lee Lindner
Office: 319 Rita Hollings Science Center
Education and Employment History
B.S. in Physics and B.S. in Astronomy from the University of Washington.
Ph.D. in Astrophysical, Planetary, and Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Colorado.
NRC postdoc at the NASA Ames Research Center
Research Scientist at Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc.
Visiting Scientist at Kyoto University
Assistant/Associate Professor of Atmospheric Physics at the College of Charleston
Recent Publications (“in press” articles may be read at http://www.jcronline.org/toc/coas/0/0
Lindner, B.L., Mohlin, P.J., A.C. Caulder and A. Neuhauser, Development and testing of a decision tree for the forecasting of sea fog along the Georgia and South Carolina coast, Journal of Operational Meteorology, 6(5), 47-58, 2018. doi: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2018.0605.
Lindner, B.L., Climatology and variability of tropical cyclones affecting Charleston, South Carolina from 1686-1850, Journal of Coastal Research, in press, 2018.
Lindner, B.L. and A. Neuhauser, Climatology and variability of tropical cyclones affecting Charleston, South Carolina, Journal of Coastal Research, in press, 2018.
Lindner, B.L., J. Johnson, F. Alsheimer, S. Duke, G.D. Miller and R. Evsich, Increasing risk perception and understanding of hurricane storm tides using an interactive, web-based visualization approach, Journal of Coastal Research, in press, 2018.
Lindner, B.L., F. Alsheimer and J. Johnson, Assessing improvement in the public’s understanding of hurricane storm tides through interactive visualization models, Journal of Coastal Research, in press, 2018.
updated: 22 Aug 2018