Dr. Greg Taylor

Dr. Greg Taylor
Professor, Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences
Department Unix/Linux System Administrator



          
              Education 
         Ph.D., Geophysics, 1987, University of Washington
         M.S., Astronomy, 1981, University of Washington
         B.S., Physics, 1976, Montana State University

             Other Professional Activity 
         Scientist I, Climate Modeling Section, Climate and Global Dynamics
             Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research
         Schlumberger Senior Oil Field Engineer; E.I.C. Hostile Environment Logging Depot, Rocky Mountains 




		Courses Taught:
	Introduction to Astronomy (GEOS 105)
	Concepts in the Physical Sciences (GEOS 141)
	Observational Astronomy (GEOS 305)
	Pollution Science (GEOS 315)
	Environmental Science (GEOS 330)
	Geologic Hazards (GEOS 355)
	Special Topics - Astrophysics (GEOS 398)
	Physical Meterology (GEOS 400)
	Environmental Systems Modeling I, II (GEOS 530, 531)
	Applied Geophysics (GEOS 545)
	Special Topics - Geophysical Field Methods (GEOS 598)
	Graduate Seminar (GEOS 600, 601)
	Numerical Analysis (GEOS 660)
	Independent Study (GEOS 697)
	Master's Project (GEOS 699P)
	Master's Thesis (GEOS 699T)




Research Interests: Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry - mostly related to deep convection in the troposphere and global climate; Shallow subsurface geophysics; Atmospheric/Hydrologic modelling - land surface processes in coupled climate models
Some Publications:
Taylor, G.R., S. Kreidenweis and Y. Zhang, 1997: The Effects of Clouds on Aerosol and Chemical Species Production and Distribution: I. Cloud Model Dynamics and Microphysics. J. Geophys. Res., 102, 23851-23865.

Kreidenweis, S., Y. Zhang, and G. Taylor, 1997: The Effects of Clouds on Aerosol and Chemical Species Production and Distribution: II. Chemistry Model Description and Sensitivity Analysis, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 23867-23882.

Zhang, Y., S. Kreidenweis, and G. Taylor, 1998: The Effects of Clouds on Aerosol and Chemical Species Production and Distribution: III. Aerosol Model Description and Sensitivity Analysis, Journal of the Atmos. Science, 55, 921-939.



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