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Colin Raymond

The complex topography and highly varying weather of my native Upstate New York led to my enduring interests in understanding how meteorology and geography interact to produce climate, especially extremes. As a JPL postdoc, I am aiming to expand my proficiency and personal experience concerning the phenomena characteristic of the West Coast, such as atmospheric rivers, multi-year droughts, and extreme ridging events.


Education
  • Ph.D. Columbia University 2019
  • B.S. Cornell University 2014

Research Interests
  • Extreme heat
  • Atmospheric rivers
  • Compound and correlated extreme events
  • Optimizing climate information for decision-making applications

Selected Awards
  • PI for NSF PREEVENTS Conference Grant (2019)
  • Columbia University Lead Teaching Fellowship (2018)
  • Columbia University Dean’s Fellowship (2014)

Selected Publications
  1. Raymond, C., and Mankin, J. S. (2019) Assessing present and future coastal moderation of extreme heat in the eastern United States. Env. Res. Lett. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab495d.
  2. Raymond, C., Singh, D., and Horton, R. M. (2017). Spatiotemporal patterns and synoptics of extreme wet-bulb temperature in the contiguous United States. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 122. doi:10.1002/2017jd027140.
  3. Horton, R. M., Mankin, J. S., Lesk, C., Coffel, E., and Raymond, C. (2016). A review of recent advances in research on extreme heat events. Curr. Clim. Change Rep., 2, 242-259. doi:10.1007/s40641-016-0042-x.

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