Big whorls have little whorls, Which feed on their velocity

And little whorls have lesser whorls, And so on to viscosity.

[Concerning atmospheric turbulence]

— Lewis Fry Richardson


Climate Dynamics Doctoral Student, George Mason University

I like working with numerical models and topics related to Atmospheric Physics. I enjoy using programming tools to analyze big data and finding patterns. My research interest includes but not limited to large-scale atmospheric circulation, seasonal to decadal variations in large-scale atmospheric properties, and climate response to forcing from anthropogenic and natural sources. Currently, I am working with Dr. Natalie Burls as a Research Assistant in the Department of AOES, GMU.

Ongoing Git Projects

  • Using Deep (Machine) Learning tools to Predict daily temperature of Fairfax city (Source Codes).
  • Building a Python-based library "AOESpy" for better application of statistical, dynamical tools, and plotting climate science data (Source Codes).


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