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Ryan Stanfield

Education
  • Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, University of North Dakota (2017)
  • M.Sc., Atmospheric Science, University of North Dakota (2012)
  • B.Sc., Meteorology, Texas A&M University (2008)

Research Interests
General Circulation Models (GCMs), satellites, clouds, precipitation, radiation, remote sensing, and lightning.

Professional Experience
  • Caltech Postdoc, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena CA (2017-Present)
  • Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, University of North Dakota, Dept. of Atmospheric Science, Grand Forks ND (2010-2017)

Selected Publications
  1. Huang, Y., X. Dong, B. Xi, E. Dolinar, R. Stanfield, 2017: The Footprints of 16-Year Trends of Arctic Springtime Cloud and Radiation Properties on September Sea-Ice Retreat. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 122, 2179-2193.
  2. Stanfield, R., J. Jiang, X. Dong, B. Xi, H. Su, L. Donner, L. Rotstayn, T. Wu, J. Cole, E. Shindo, 2015: A Quantitative Assessment of Precipitation Associated with the ITCZ in the CMIP GCM Simulations. Climate Dynamics, 47, 1863-1880.
  3. Stanfield, R., X. Dong, B. Xi, A.D. Del Genio, P. Minnis, D. Doelling, N.Loeb, 2015: Assessment of NASA GISS CMIP5 and post-CMIP5 Simulated Clouds and TOA Radiation Budgets Using Satellite Observations. Part II: TOA Radiation Budgets and CREs. J. Climate, Vol. 28, No 5, 1842-1864.
  4. Stanfield, R., X. Dong, B. Xi, A. Kennedy, A.D. Del Genio, P. Minnis, J. Jiang, 2014: Assessment of NASA GISS CMIP5 and Post-CMIP5 Simulated Clouds and TOA Radiation Budgets Using Satellite Observations. Part I: Cloud Fraction and Properties. J. Climate, 27, 4189-4208.
  5. Dong, X., B.J. Zib, B. Xi, R. Stanfield, Y. Deng, X. Zhang, B. Lin, C.N. Long, 2013: Critical mechanisms for the formation of extreme arctic sea-ice extent in the summers of 2007 and 1996, Clim. Dyn., 43, 53-70.

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