Lawrence D. Carey, Ph.D. Professor & Department Interim Chair, Atmospheric and Earth Science Contact 320 Sparkman DriveCramer Research HallRoom 4042Huntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map firstname.lastname@example.org Biography Using dual-polarization radar, lightning, atmospheric sounding and surface observations, Dr. Carey studies the environmental, kinematic and microphysical controls of electrical, lightning, precipitation, severe weather and mesoscale meteorological phenomena. Curriculum Vitae Education Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, 1999 M.S., Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, 1994 B.S., Meteorology, The Pennsylvania State University, 1989 B.S., Electrical Engineering, Boston University, 1988 Honors & Awards 2018 UAH Graduate School Mentor Award 2017 NASA Agency Honor Award, Group Achievement Award to GOES-R Team 2014 NASA GSFC Robert H. Goddard Honor Award to GPM Ground Validation Science Team Expertise Radar Meteorology Lightning Meteorology Precipitation Microphysics Severe Storms Mesoscale Meteorology Recent Publications Harkema, S. S., L. D. Carey, C. J. Schultz, E R. Mansell, E. B. Berndt, A. O. Fierro, and T. Matsui, 2023: Electrification within wintertime stratiform regions sampled during the 2020/2022 NASA IMPACTS field campaign. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 128, e2023JD038708. https://doi.org/10.1029/2023JD038708. Medina, B., L. Carey, W. Deierling and T. Lang, 2022: Microphysical and kinematic characteristics of anomalous charge structure thunderstorms in Cordoba, Argentina. Atmosphere, 13, 1329. https://doi.org/10.3390/atmos13081329. Medina, B. L., L. D. Carey, P. M. Bitzer, T. J. Lang, and W. Deierling, 2022: The relation of environmental conditions with charge structure in central Argentina thunderstorms. Earth and Space Science, 9, e2021EA002193. https://doi.org/10.1029/2021EA002193. Stough, S. M., L. D. Carey, C. J. Schultz and D. J. Cecil, 2022: Supercell thunderstorm charge structure variability and influences on spatial lightning flash relationships with the updraft. Monthly Weather Review, 150, 843-861. https://doi.org/10.1175/MWR-D-21-0071.1.