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Bruce Berryman, Ph.D.

Atmospheric Sciences
Professor
  ASAC 307
802 626-6496
 

Education

B.S. – Atmospheric Sciences, University of Wisconsin – Madison
M.S. – Atmospheric Sciences, University of Wisconsin – Madison
Ph.D. – Atmospheric Sciences, University of Wisconsin – Madison

Courses Taught

Elementary Meteorology, Field Experience, Statistical Applications in Meteorology, Climatology, Environmental Issues in Meteorology, Bio-meteorology, Physical Oceanography, Synoptic Climatology, Air Pollution Meteorology

Professional Interests and Activities

Professor Berryman has numerous grants, publications, and presentations in the general area of applied climatology, particularly in diagnostic work on local climates, including micro-climates. He and Charles McGill at the National Weather Service station in Burlington VT are currently working on a study of the growth of the urban heat island in that city. Prof. Berryman also has a strong interest in meteorological education. He has written lab manuals, produced educational videos, and been a part of the American Meteorological Society’s DataStreme and PAGE projects. Test.