Bryan joined the MRCC as Service Climatologist in November 2014. His responsibilities are divided between the Service Office and assisting with MRCC research projects.
Before joining the MRCC, Bryan was a meteorologist in the private sector. He interned as an intern at the MRCC and also at the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, in between studying Atmospheric and Oceanic Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While at UW-Madison, he focused on creating a climatology of bombogenesis (the development of a massive, rapidly forming storm) events in the Northeast Pacific Ocean for his undergraduate research.
Extreme weather, bombogenesis, climate and agriculture, education and outreach, and Brewers Baseball.
B.S. Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison