Advisers: Dr. Hans Verlinde (Academic) and Dr. Kenneth Davis (Research)
B.S. / M.S., Meteorology, Pennsylvania State University, 2014
Research interests include micrometeorology of moderate topography, micrometeorological sensors and network development, and implementation of educational outreach.
No papers/books in database have been explicitly linked to this author.
SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL EVOLUTION OF THE NOCTURNAL SURFACE LAYER IN A SMALL, STEEP WATERSHED. Burkely Twiest (2014): Master of Science, Meteorology, The Pennsylvania State University, p. 85
Establishing a Micronetwork at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Twiest, B, K. J. Davis, C. Duffy, C. Duffy (2012): Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society