Associate Professor of Geography, University of Tennessee
I am a geography professor who studies and researches weather and climate. My specific focus is on the climatology of atmospheric hazards, including tornadoes, hurricanes, heat, flooding, and others. I collaborate with social scientists to connect the climatology of these events to exposure, vulnerability, perceptions, and policies.
Mar 06, 2020 08:58 am UTC| Nature
During the hours after midnight on March 3, 2020, tragedy struck middle Tennessee when a tornado ripped through the region, traveling over 50 miles from West Nashville to near Gordonsville. Another tornado formed from the...