JOHN KOCHENDORFER Ph.D.
University of California, Davis, CA
Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, 2008
St John’s College, Santa Fe, NM
B.A., Liberal Arts, 1995
Physical Scientist, NOAA Air Resources Laboratory, Atmospheric and Turbulent Diffusion Division,
Oak Ridge, TN January 2010 to present
Post-doctoral Research, NOAA Air Resources Laboratory, Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Division,
Oak Ridge, TN July 2008 through January 2010
Figure 1. from article The quantification and correction of wind-induced precipitation measurement errors.
(a) Site map; (b) Haukeliseter DFIR, single-Alter, and(c) unshielded gauges; (d) Marshall double-Alter and (e) Belfort doubleAlter shielded gauges
R.M. Young (a) and Applied Technologies (b) sonic anemometers under evaluation.
These sensors are used to measure wind speed and turbulence.