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Jeramy Dedrick
Phone:
(254) 421-2744
Email:
jeramyd95@tamu.edu
Office:
O&M 1210
Address:

Texas A&M University
400 Bizzell St
College Station, Texas 77843-3146


Degrees:

B.S. Meteorology, Texas A&M University (anticipated completion May 2019)

M.S. Ocean Science & Technology, Texas A&M University (anticipated completion May 2019

Awards:

Joan & John F. Griffiths Endowment: 2015-2016, 2017-2018

Thomas A. Hillin Scholarship: 2016-2017


Jeramy Dedrick

Graduate Student

Research Interests

-          Polar Climatology

-          Air-Sea Interactions

-          Climate Modeling

-          Atmospheric Aerosol Chemistry

-          Coupled ocean-atmospheric modeling

 

The polar regions are important areas to assist in the understanding of global climate change. Progression of knowledge concerning these regions are imperative to answer questions concerning global climate warming. Through my research, I hope to advance the understanding of polar climatological changes and their implications on large scale climate change by meteorological, chemical, and oceanic influences with the development and use of coupled atmospheric-ocean models.

Additional Information

Conferences And Presentations

Dedrick, J. (August 2017). “Analyzing Hygroscopic Particle Growth of West Antarctic Boundary Layer Aerosols”. Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Symposium. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA.

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