Some Historical Climate Researchers at South Carolina, Past and Present (as of August 2013)


  • Cary Mock, Ph.D. 1994 (University of Oregon).

  • Justin Rawley, Masters Student Candidate, University of South Carolina. Synoptic climatology of Atlantic tropical cyclones.

  • Ivetta Abramyan, MS, University of South Carolina (Marine Science). Synoptic climate of landfalling typhoons of the Western Pacific. (Graduated in 2013)

  • Matt Rodgers, Masters Student Candidate, University of South Carolina. Case studies of New England historical hurricanes.

  • Stephen Feetham, MS, University of South Carolina. Cirrus clouds and US temperatures (Graduated in 2011).

  • James Tanis, MS, University of South Carolina. (Graduated in 2008).

  • Douglas Mayes, MS, University of South Carolina. South Carolina hurricanes (Graduated in 2006).

  • Darren Parnell, PhD, University of South Carolina. Southeast Frost Climatology and Hazards (Graduated in 2005).

  • Michelle Bergen, MS, University of South Carolina. Avalanche runout distances in Southeast Alaska (Graduated in 2002).

  • Jan Mojsizek, MS, University of South Carolina. Teleconnections and Southeast US Precipitation (Graduated in 2002).

  • Paul Huff, Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of South Carolina. B.S. 2012.

  • Andrea Hassler, Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of South Carolina. B.A. 2011.

  • Anuj Patwardhan, Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of South Carolina. B.A. 2010.

  • Kathryn Perkins, Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of South Carolina. B.S. 2009.

  • Megan Matthews, Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of South Carolina. B.A. 2009.

  • Shelley Holmberg, Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of South Carolina. B.S. 2006.

  • John Derrick, Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of South Carolina. B.S. 2004.

  • Michele McWaters, Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of South Carolina. B.S. 2002.

  • Sandy Benson, Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of South Carolina. B.S. 2000.