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Kevin Reed Associate Professor School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
Dr. Kevin Reed's research focuses on extreme weather events, such as hurricanes, may change in the coming decades. This includes understanding the capability of current and next-generation climate models to simulate extreme weather events. Dr. Reed's research aids in advancing our scientific understanding of the impacts of climate change, as well as developing new methodologies to better translate state-of-the-art science for climate adaptation applications and policies.
- PhD, MS, and BS, University of Michigan
June 5, 2020 Hurricanes Will Likely Produce Heavier Rain in the Future Spectrum News Central Read Article January 19, 2020 Study: Global warming increased hurricane's impact Daily News Read Article January 5, 2020 Study confirms climate change impacted Hurricane Florence’s precipitation and size Health Medicine Network Read Article September 19, 2019 What climate change means for globe-traveling Saharan dust Times Beacon Record Read Article October 12, 2018 Should we stop calling hurricanes natural disasters? The Week Read Article