Joseph Clark

Joseph Clark

  • Ph.D. Graduate Student
407 Walker Building
University Park, PA 16802
Email: juc414@psu.edu

Education:

  1. 2016: Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric Sciences (with honors), SUNY Stony Brook
  2. 2016: Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics & Statistics, SUNY Stony Brook

Biography:

Advisor: Steven B. Feldstein

Publications:

  • Clark, J. P. and S. Lee (2019). The Role of the Tropically Excited Arctic Warming Mechanism on the Warm Arctic Cold Continent Surface Air Temperature Trend Pattern. Geophysical Research Letters, 46. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GL082714
  • Clark, J. P. and S. B. Feldstein (2019). What Drives the North Atlantic Oscillation’s Surface Air Temperature Anomaly Pattern? Part I: The Growth and Decay of the Surface Air Temperature Anomalies. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (In review).
  • Clark, J. P. and S. B. Feldstein (2019). What Drives the North Atlantic Oscillation’s Surface Air Temperature Anomaly Pattern? Part II: A Decomposition of the Surface Downward Longwave Radiation Anomalies. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (In review).

Conferences:

  • Clark, J. P. and S. B. Feldstein. “What Drives the North Atlantic Oscillation's Surface Air Temperature and Skin Temperature Anomaly Patterns?” American Meteorological Society Atmospheric and Oceanic Fluid Dynamics Conference. Portland, ME, June 24-28, 2019
  • Clark, J. P. and S. B. Feldstein. “The Relationship of the North Atlantic Oscillation's Vertical Temperature Structure and Water Budget to the Surface Downward Longwave Radiation Anomaly Pattern.” American Meteorological Society Atmospheric and Oceanic Fluid Dynamics Conference. Portland, ME, June 24-28, 2019
  • Clark, J. P. and S. B. Feldstein. “What Drives the North Atlantic Oscillation’s Surface Air Temperature Anomaly Pattern?” American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ, January 6-10, 2019
  • Clark, J. P., Feldstein, S. B., and S. Lee. “On the role of horizontal temperature advection for the inter-decadal Arctic warming trend.” American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ, January 6-10, 2019 (Outstanding Student Presentation Award Winner**)
  • Clark, J. P. and S. B. Feldstein. “What Drives the North Atlantic Oscillation’s Surface Air Temperature Anomaly Pattern?” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. Washington D.C., December 10-14, 2018
  • Clark, J. P. and E. K. M. Chang, “Modulation of Winter Precipitation by Extratropical Cyclone Activity over Mid-Latitude Regions.” American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting: Student Conference. New Orleans, LA, January 10-14, 2016

Awards:

  • 2019: Outstanding Student Presentation Award, American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting**
  • 2016: Undergraduate Recognition Award for Academic Excellence
  • 2016: America East All-Academic Team for Indoor Track & Field and Outdoor Track & Field
  • 2015: America East All-Academic Team for Cross Country