Bernhard Lee Lindner, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Atmospheric Physics



DIRECTED STUDENT RESEARCH

Five projects with Olivia Minyard

    Minyard, C. Olivia, B.A. in Physics and Astronomy with concentration in meteorology, 2000.

    "Air Pollution Studies at the Savannah River Site".

    Three hours of credit as PHYS390001, Summer 1998.

    Research presented at the Nov. 2 1998 meeting of the Palmetto Chapter of the American Meteorological Society, and was published in a technical report (A.H. Weber, J.H. Weber, M.J. Parker, C.H. Hunter, C.O. Minyard, A.L. Boni, R.P. Addis and G.P. Shine, Tornado, Maximum Wind Gust, and Extreme Rainfall Event Recurrence Frequencies at the Savannah River Site (U), Technical Report #WSRC-TR-98-00329, Westinghouse Savannah River Company, Aiken SC).

    "ATG Web Page Design"

    Three hours of credit as PHYS390090, Summer Evening 1999.

    "Wet Bulb Globe Temperature Calculation"

    Three hours of credit as PHYS399091, Summer Evening 1999.

    Research presented at the Jan. 2000 meeting of the American Meteorological Society, and was published as a paper (C.H. Hunter and C.O. Minyard, Estimating Wet Bulb Temperature Using Standard Meteorological Measurements, in Second Symposium on Environmental Applications, pp. 61-66, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., 2000)

    "Air Quality"

    One hour of credit as PHYS412003, Spring 2000.

    "Meteorology in a Courtroom"

    One hour of credit as PHYS412002, Spring 2000.