Ph.D. Student

Abigail Aderonmu

E-mail: aamz4@mail.umkc.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Climate Team
Institution/Organization: University of Missouri-Kansas City

Abigail Aderonmu is an PhD candidate in Geoscience and Social Science at UMKC in the Adegoke lab. She graduated with her MS degree from UMKC in May 2015. Her research focus is on climate change, agriculture, vulnerability and adaptation and risk management.

Ali Koleiny

E-mail: akgv7@mail.umkc.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Climate Team
Institution/Organization: University of Missouri-Kansas City

Ali Koleiny is a PhD candidate at UMKC working with Dr. Jimmy Adegoke. He develops, applies, and tests statistical, dynamical model, and mixed models to improve the accuracy of sub-seasonal predictions of precipitation in the MRV, at spatial resolutions commensurate with the interactions.

Quinn Pallardy

E-mail: qjp7bf@mail.missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Climate Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia

Quinn Pallardy is a PhD candidate at MU working with Dr. Bo Svoma. He makes future climate predictions to regional climate models.

Micheal Simpson

E-mail: mjs5h7@mail.missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Climate Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia

Michael Simpson is a PhD candidate working with Neil Fox.

Rachel Owen

E-mail: rko4kd@mail.missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Climate Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia

Rachel K. Owen is a PhD candidate in Natural Resources at MU. Her advisor is Dr. Keith Goyne. She studies playa wetlands using GIS and modeling software to develop spatially explicit landscape maps of nitrogen-cycling capability in playas under different predicted precipitation and land use scenarios.

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