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David M. Romps

Professor, Department of Earth and Planetary Science

Faculty Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Teaching

EPS 7, Introduction to Climate Change

EPS 290, Topics in Atmospheric Dynamics

Research

An extended Heat Index that works for extreme heat and humidity

An explanation of why the forcing from CO2 is logarithmic

A turbulence closure for urban firestorm plumes relevant to nuclear winter

Papers

Plain-language abstracts for all the group's papers

Group

Spring 2022: Graduate student Harsha Hampapura joins the group

Harsha is probing how the distribution of temperatures has changed

Fall 2021: The group presents at the AGU fall meeting

Topics include shallow clouds, stereo imagery, convective aggregation, heat stress, and nuclear winter

Advice

Advice for physics majors wanting to work on climate

Are you majoring in physics and want to work on climate change?

If so, these notes are for you!

Join Us!

Become a leading expert on climate change

Our group is admitting PhD students in EPS for Fall 2022

Contact

Check us out on Twitter:

twitter.com/rompsgroup

Find us on Google Maps:

377 McCone Hall

Send us an email:

David M. Romps <romps@berkeley.edu>