Bernhard Lee Lindner, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Atmospheric Physics



DIRECTED STUDENT RESEARCH

Project with Dirk Aurin

    Aurin, Dirk, B.S. in Physics and Astronomy, 1998.

    "Analysis of meteorological data for the lowcountry".

    One hour of credit as PHYS390002, Fall 1995.

    Research presented at the 1996 South Carolina Academy of Sciences meeting (Aurin, D. and B.L. Lindner, Charleston Weather Project 1995 (abstract), Bulletin of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 58, p. 74, 1996)

    Also co-authorship on other presentations (Lindner, B. L., C. Duchon and D. Aurin, Correlations between cloud structure and cloud amount (abstract), Annales Geophysicae, 14 (Supplement 2), C568, 1996b; Lindner, B. L., M. Smoak, D. Aurin, D. Drost, L. Mills, D. Pelkey, J. Mirecki, P. Bertsch and K. Pickler, Nutrients and pollutants in Charleston rain (abstract), Bulletin of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 58, p. 117, 1996d; Lindner, B. L., M. Smoak, D. Aurin, D. Drost, L. Mills, D. Pelkey, J. Mirecki, P. Bertsch and K. Pickler, Wet deposition into Charleston Harbor (abstract), Annales Geophysicae, 14 (Supplement 2), C593, 1996a).

    Dirk was paid with funds from my grant (DOC/NOAA via the SC DHEC Charleston Harbor Project, "Studies of air deposition of pollutants in the Charleston Harbor Watershed", $21,358 over 6 months, July-Dec. 1995, grant number NA47OZ0092).