Holly Kreutzer Nowell was born in Wichita, Kansas. Holly received a Bachelor of Arts in Earth and Planetary Science from Washington University in St. Louis in May 2004. She received a Master’s degree in Meteorology from Florida State University in December 2010 and will graduate with her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Meteorology in August 2015. She has published articles in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, as well as Natural Hazards Review. In addition, Holly has presented several posters at the annual Fall American Geophysical Union meeting and was primary author on a poster for the 2015 Transportation Research Board annual meeting. Her interests include remote sensing, resource and disaster management.
Ph.D. in Meteorology, Florida State University, August 2015
M.S. in Meteorology, Florida State University, August 2010
B.A. in Earth and Planetary Science, Washington University in St. Louis, May 2004
Remote sensing, environmental modeling, resource and disaster managment
Nowell, H., Horner, M., and Widener, M. (2015). Impacts of Disrupted Road Networks in Siting Relief Facility Locations: Case Study for Leon County, Florida. Nat. Hazards Rev., 16(3), 04014032.
Nowell, H., Liu, G., & Honeyager, R. (2013). Modeling the microwave single‐scattering properties of aggregate snowflakes. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 118(14), 7873-7885.
Liao, L., Meneghini, R., Nowell, H. K., & Liu, G. (2013). Scattering computations of snow aggregates from simple geometrical particle models. Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, IEEE Journal of, 6(3), 1409-1417.
Nowell, H., Horner, M., and Widener, M. Impacts of Disrupted Road Networks in Siting Relief Facility Locations: Case Study for Leon County, Florida. Poster presented at 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; 2015 January 11-15; Washington, D.C.
Nowell, H., Liu, G., and Honeyager, R. Modeling Snow Aggregates and their Single-scattering Properties: Implications to Snowfall Remote Sensing. Poster presented with updated information at the American Geophysical Union Fall Annual Meetings from 2010-2012 and 2014 December; San Francisco, CA.
Co-chaired session A11. “Precipitation Particle Simulations and Observations for Microwave Remote Sensing Applications Posters", 2014 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. (December 2014)
Co-chaired session A11C. “Atmospheric Snow Particle Modeling for Microwave Remote Sensing Applications”, 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. (December, 2012).