Bio

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Patrick T. Brown is a Ph.D. climate scientist and an assistant professor in the Department of Meteorology & Climate Science at San Jose State University where he teaches and conducts research on weather and climate and their interactions with society.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, a Master’s degree from the department he is now a faculty member in (Meteorology & Climate Science at San Jose State University) and a Ph.D. from Duke University in Earth and Ocean Sciences.

He has also conducted research at the Carnegie Institution at Stanford University, NASA JPL at Caltech, NASA Langley in Virginia, NASA Goddard in Washington DC, and NOAA’s GFDL at Princeton University.

He has published peer-reviewed papers in Nature, PNAS, and Nature Climate Change, as well as many other journals and his research has been highlighted in The Washington Post, Newsweek, BBC Radio, New York Magazine, The Huffington Post, and The Guardian among other places.

See full CV here.

Contact: patrick.brown at sjsu.edu