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- PhD in Atmospheric Science, University of Michigan
- MS in Atmospheric Science, University of Michigan
- BA in Psychology, Universtiy of Michigan
- Air pollution meteorology
- Long-range atmospheric transport
- Air trajectory modeling
- Enhancing science education using technology
Selected Service and Projects
- Director, UWM Atmospheric Science Study Abroad in Mexico: Air Pollution and Ancient Cultures. Beginning in 2010, this unique program is offered every January during the UWinteriM mini-semester.
- Offers the 40-50 hour course Meteorological Aspects of Air Pollution at a Mexican university each summer.
- Author of seven children's books about meteorology including The National Audubon Society First Field Guide to Weather (Scholastic, 1998).
Selected Recent Publications
Harris, Austin R., and Kahl, Jonathan D. “Gust Factors: Meteorologically-stratified Climatology, Data Artifacts, and Utility in Forecasting Peak Gusts.” Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climate.
Kahl, Jonathan D., and Chapman, H. “Atmospheric stability characterization using the Pasquill method: A critical evaluation.” Atmospheric Environment.
González-Santiago, O., Badillo-Castañeda, C.T., Ramirez-Lara, E., Balderez-Renteria, I., and Kahl, Jonathan D. Temporal analysis of PM10 in Metropolitan Monterrey, México.
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