Bernhard Lee Lindner, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Atmospheric Physics


Three projects with Jessica Chenault

    Chenault, Jessica, B.S. in Physics and Astronomy with concentration in meteorology, 2000.

    "Meteorological Data Collection".

    Three hours of credit as PHYS399002, Fall 1998.

    Research presented at the fifth mini-technical conference of the AMS Palmetto chapter (Frysinger, J.R., J. Chenault, B.L. Lindner and S. Brueske, Sea Temperature Monitoring with a Portable Weather Station near Charleston, SC (abstract), Proceedings Volume, Fifth Mini-technical conference of the Palmetto Chapter of the American Meteorological Society, p. 13, 1999).

    Jessica was paid with funds from my grant (DOC/NOAA/NWS via the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Cooperative Program for Opera-tional Meteorology, Education and Training National Weather Service Partners Project, "Forecasting the Development and Movement of the Sea Breeze and its Effect on Severe Weather", $5250 over one year, June 1998 - May 1999, grant number NA67WD0097 (Subaward number UCAR-S98-94731)).

    "Investigation of Tornadic Storms and the Atmospheric Environment on 15 April, 1999 in Eastern Georgia"

    Six hours of credit as PHYS499002, Spring 2000.

    "Internship at the Charleston National Weather Service"

    Three hours of credit as PHYS399001, Spring 2000.