Lucas Livingstone presents a poster of his research to colleagues in meteorology

Lucas Livingstone’s Research

Lucas Livingstone’s Research In Fall 2021 and Spring 2022, Lucas Livingstone participated in the OU First Year Research Engagement (FYRE) program.  Lucas, a Petroleum Engineering student at OU, performed research with me at the Outdoor Urban Air Quality Testing Lab (OU AQTLab).  I have previously discussed the research with Lee Fithian at AQTLab on this …

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A class of students look on as Wes instructs them about instrument theory while his colleague Elizabeth Spicer looks on in the parking lot outside the National Weather Center in Norman, OK. They are teaching meteorology instrumentation for the OU course.

Teaching Meteorology Instrumentation

Teaching Meteorology Instrumentation In the Spring 2022 semester my colleague from GeoCarb, Elizabeth Spicer, and I escaped the lab and went teaching meteorology instrumentation. Each year, the OU METR 3613 Meteorological Measurement Systems class hosts a workshop. On that day, the students leave the classroom setting to meet with subject experts. Members of research groups …

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Moon-watching Featured in Popular Science

Moon-watching Featured in Popular Science

Moon-watching Featured in Popular Science   My work on automated bird migration, tracking and moon-watching featured in Popular Science. The article on modernizing the technique came to the attention of Popular Science author Charlotte Hu, and she requested an interview with my colleagues and I to discuss our project. We spoke on the LunAero project …

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