CV1 - Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

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Shellie M. Rowe
Assistant Researcher
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences
1225 W. Dayton St.
Madison, WI 53706
[email protected]
http://www.aos.wisc.edu/~meteor75
Education
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, in progress
M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, May 2014
B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, May 2008
Publications
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Rowe, S. M., and Hitchman, M. H., 2015: On the Role of Inertial Instability in
Stratosphere -Troposphere Exchange in Midlatitude Cyclones. J. Atmos. Sci., 72, 2131–
2151.
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Rowe, S. M., and Hitchman, M. H., 2016: On the Relationship between Inertial
Instability, Poleward Momentum Surges and Jet Intensifications near Midlatitude
Cyclones, J. Atmos. Sci., accepted pending revisions.
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Rowe, S. M., and Hitchman, M. H., 2016: On the Similarity of Upper Tropospheric
Potential Vorticity Dipoles in Tropical and Midlatitude Deep Convection, J. Geophys.
Res., in preparation.
Research Interests
Inertial Instability, Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange, Gravity Wave Interaction, Deep
Convection Dynamics, Global Climate Change, Paleoclimate, Atmospheric Dynamics, Radar
Observations, Banded Precipitation, Tropical Cyclone Dynamics, Jet Accelerations
Work Experience/Research Experience
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Assistant Researcher, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UW-Madison,
December 2014 - Present
Research Assistant, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UW-Madison,
2010-2014
Teaching Assistant, AOS 171, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UWMadison, Spring 2010-2014
Systems Programmer Assistant, Atmospheric Sciences Department, UW-Madison
September 2007 – June 2011
Web Master Assistant, Space Science and Engineering Center, UW-Madison, June 2008
– September 2009
Financial Specialist Assistant, Atmospheric Sciences Department, UW-Madison, Spring
2009
Teaching Assistant
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Spring 2014, UW-Madison, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, AOS 171 Global
Change and Atmospheric Issues
Spring 2013, UW-Madison, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, AOS 171 Global
Change and Atmospheric Issues
Spring 2012, UW-Madison, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, AOS 171 Global
Change and Atmospheric Issues
Spring 2011, UW-Madison, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, AOS 171 Global
Change and Atmospheric Issues
Spring 2010, UW-Madison, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, AOS 171 Global
Change and Atmospheric Issues
Rotating Tank Experiments – Numerous Semesters
Research Skills/Qualifications
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Extensive knowledge of HTML and CSS in a Dreamweaver and Linux environment
Adobe Illustrator
Implementation of Adobe Flash Player
GEMPAK and associated C-shell scripts
UWNMS and Vis5D
Linux and Windows Operating System
Microsoft Office
Image Magick
Integrated Data Viewer (IDV)
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MATLAB
Presentations
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AOS 405 – Capstone Seminar, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UW-Madison,
February 2016
 Topic: On the Relationship Between Inertial Instability, Angular Momentum and Jet
Intensifications in Midlatitude Cyclones
Department Seminar, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UW-Madison, September 2015
 Topic: On the Similarity of Upper Tropospheric Potential Vorticity Dipoles in
Tropical and Midlatitude Deep Convection
American Geophysical Union (AGU), Fall Meeting, Moscone Convention Center, San
Francisco California, December 2014
 Topic: On the Relationship Between Inertial Instability, Angular Momentum and Jet
Intensifications in Midlatitude Cyclones
Department Seminar, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UW-Madison, September 2014
 Topic: On the Relationship between Inertial Instability, Angular Momentum, and Jet
Intensifications in Midlatitude Cyclones
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4 Annual AOSS Poster Reception, May 2014, Union South, Madison, WI
 Topic: The Significance of Inertial Instability on Meridional Circulation Patterns
Along the Midlatitude Westerly Jet
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8 Annual Nelson Institute Earth Day Conference, April 2014, Monona Terrace,
Madison, WI
 Topic: On the Role of Inertial Instability in the Generation of Inertial Flare-Ups in
Midlatitude Westerly Jets
Global Change and Atmospheric Issues, AOS 171, UW-Madison, Spring 2014
 Topic: The General Circulation
 Topic: Tropospheric Pollution: Aerosols
AMS 17th Conference on the Middle Atmosphere, June 2013, Newport, RI
 Topic: The Role of Inertial Instability in Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange in
Midlatitude Cyclones
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3 Annual AOSS Poster Reception, May 2013, Union South, Madison, WI
 Topic: On the Role of Inertial Instability in the Generation of Inertial Flare-Ups in
Midlatitude Westerly Jets
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7 Annual Nelson Institute Earth Day Conference, April 2013, Monona Terrace,
Madison, WI
 Poster Presentation Topic: The Role of Inertial Instability in StratosphereTroposphere Exchange in Midlatitude and Tropical Cyclones
Global Change and Atmospheric Issues, AOS 171, UW-Madison, Spring 2013
 Topic: Tropospheric Pollution Part I: Ozone
 Topic: Tropospheric Pollution Part II: Aerosols
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Department Seminar, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UW-Madison, March 2013
 Topic: The Role of Inertial Instability in Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange and
the Generation of Inertial Flare-Ups Near Midlatitude Cyclones
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23 Annual Training and Orientation Workshop for L&S Teaching Assistants, Summer
2012
 Topic: Resolving Student Challenges and Questions: Models of Effective
Communication in a Variety of Teaching Scenarios
Global Change and Atmospheric Issues 171, UW-Madison, Spring 2011 and Spring 2012
 Topic: The General Circulation
Global Change and Atmospheric Issues 171, UW-Madison, Spring 2011 and Spring 2012
 Topic: Density Fronts
Department Seminar, Atmospheric Sciences Department, UW-Madison, November 2011
 Topic: The Influence of Inertial Instability in Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange
and Mesoscale Precipitation Maxima in Mid-latitude Cyclones
Department Seminar, Atmospheric Sciences Department, UW-Madison, October 2010
 Topic: Rotating Tank Experiment: Density Fronts
Global Change and Atmospheric Issues 171, UW-Madison, Spring 2011
 Topic: The General Circulation
Global Change and Atmospheric Issues 171, UW-Madison, Spring 2011
 Topic: Density Fronts
Professional Societies:
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American Meteorological Society
American Geophysical Union
Awards and Scholarships
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2014 Wahl Award for outstanding performance as a Teaching Assistant
Awarded by the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at the University of
Wisconsin-Madison
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2012 L&S Teaching Fellow Award
Awarded by the L&S Teaching Assistant Instructional Development Program Committee
at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
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