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Name: Dr. Emily Berndt
Position: Adjunct
Department: Urban Specializations
E-mail: BerndtE@hssu.edu
Phone: 000-000-0000
Office: 209 HGAB
   
Degrees Held:
Doctor of Philosophy
Saint Louis University
Meteorology

 

Bio:
   
Courses: Principles of Geography
   
Publications: Berndt, E. B., C. E. Graves, 2008: The Evolution and Time Scale of Mesoscale Processes that Created and Intense Mesoscale Snowband on 15 March 2004 in Des Moines, Iowa, NWA Electronic Journal of Operational Meteorology.
   
Presentations: Berndt, E. B., C. E. Graves, T. E. Eichler, 2009:  An Investigation into the Evolution of Frontogenesis and Equivalent Potential Vorticity for Fifteen Midwest Mesoscale Snowband Events.  34th Annual Meeting – National Weather Association, Norfolk, VA.

Berndt, E. B., C. E. Graves, 2008:  WRF-ARW Simulations of a Mesoscale Snowband Event in Des Moines Iowa.  33rd Annual Meeting – National Weather Association, Louisville, KY. Best Graduate Student Poster.

Eisenacher, E. B., C. E. Graves, 2008:  An Investigation of the Mesoscale Environment and Evolution of a St. Louis Mesoscale Snowband Event on 31 January 2008.  Missouri Academy of ScienceMissouri Southern State University.

Eisenacher, E. B., 2007: Diagnosing the Mesoscale Environment Conducive for Mesoscale Snowband Production.  Winter Weather Workshop – WFO St. Louis, MO (invited talk).

Eisenacher, E. B., C. E.  Graves, 2007: A Comparison of the Radar Characteristics and the Mesoscale Environments of Two Mesoscale Snowband Events in the Upper Midwest. 32nd Annual Meeting – National Weather Association, Reno, NV.

Eisenacher, E. B., J. T. Moore, C. E. Graves, 2006: An Investigation of the Radar Characteristics and the Environment of a Mesoscale Snowband that Formed on 15 March 2004.  31st Annual Meeting – National Weather Association, Cincinnati, OH. Best Graduate Student Poster.

Eisenacher, E. B., J. T. Moore, C. E. Graves, 2006: Characteristics of Mesoscale Snowbands and the Environment in which they Form, 2006: Missouri Academy of Science, Truman State University.

Eisenacher, E. B., J. T. Moore, C. E. Graves, 2006: Radar Characteristics of  Mesoscale Snowbands and the Environment in which they Form.  Graduate Research Symposium Saint Louis University.
   
Certifications: Certificate in University Teaching Skills sponsored by the Center for Teaching Excellence, Saint Louis University, MO. (Spring 2008)
   
Awards: Best Graduate Student Poster, 2008: WRF-ARW Simulations of a Mesoscale Snowband Event in Des Moines Iowa.  33rd Annual Meeting – National Weather Association, Louisville, KY.

Best Graduate Student Poster, 2006: An Investigation of the Radar Characteristics and the Environment of a Mesoscale Snowband that Formed on 15 March 2004.  31st Annual Meeting – National Weather Association, Cincinnati, OH.