Department of Geography and the Environment

Troy Kimmel Talks Tornadoes and Climate Change in Life & Letters Magazine

Mon, August 12, 2013
Troy Kimmel Talks Tornadoes and Climate Change in Life & Letters Magazine
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Troy Kimmel, senior lecturer and our resident weather expert, has been featured in the upcoming issue of Life & Letters, a bi-annual publication of the College of Liberal Arts at UT Austin. In the feature, he discusses severe and inclement weather, the impacts of climate change, and offers advice to aspiring meteorologists. In addition to teaching, he is also the incident meteorologist for University of Texas Campus Safety and Security, and committee chief meteorologist for KOKE FM Radio, Austin. Read Q&A: METEOROLOGIST TROY KIMMEL TALKS TORNADOES AND CLIMATE CHANGE on the Life and Letters website, and find out more about Troy Kimmel on his faculty profile or in these news items from Department of Geography and the Environment:

Troy Kimmel Serves as Incident Meteorologist for President Obama’s Austin Visit

Spring 2013 Colloquium: Troy Kimmel on Severe Weather and the Public Perception of Risk

Senior Lecturer Troy Kimmel, National Co-chair of the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society 

Troy Kimmel Co-chairs Session on Flash Floods at National Weather Association Annual Meeting

Senior Lecturer Troy Kimmel Wins Texas Blazers Faculty Excellence Award

Troy Kimmel Elected Councilor of the National Weather Association

Troy Kimmel Appointed State Coordinator of Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow Network







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