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Kevin ReedAssociate Provost for Climate and Sustainability Programming and ProfessorSchool of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
Professor Kevin Reed's research focuses on how 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
October 19, 2023Hurricanes are strengthening faster, with more powerful winds, off the Atlantic coast, new study saysNewsdayRead ArticleSeptember 14, 2023When the dead don't stay buried: The grave situation at cemeteries amid climate changeUSA TodayRead ArticleSeptember 13, 2023Hurricane Lee, a case study for future monster stormsTimes Beacon RecordRead ArticleJune 16, 2023Stony Brook University To Build Climate Campus on Governors IslandPBS's "MetroFocus"Read ArticleSeptember 13, 2023Hurricane Lee turns toward the East Coast, growing in size and roiling the AtlanticNewsdayRead Article