Research and education

Theses

  • Synoptic atmospheric conditions, land cover, and equivalent temperature variations in Kentucky. Completed by: Dolly Na-Yemeh. Thesis Project Director: Dr. Rezaul Mahmood, May, 2017
  • Dispersion of ammonia from concentrated animal feeding operations. Completed by: Austin Wardall. Thesis Project Director: Dr. Rezaul Mahmood, December, 2016
  • Assessing meso-scale equivalent temperature in Kentucky. Completed by: Keri Younger. Thesis Project Director: Dr. Rezaul Mahmood. April, 2015
  • Emissions from concentrated animal feeding operations during wet and dry periods in the Southeastern United States. Completed by: Jesse Winchester. Thesis Project Director: Dr. Rezaul Mahmood. March, 2015
  • Land cover change and its impacts on a flash flood producing rain event in eastern Kentucky. Completed by: William Rodgers. Thesis Project Director: Dr. Rezaul Mahmood April, 2014
  • Station exposure and resulting bias in temperature observations: A comparison of the Kentucky Mesonet and ASOS data. Completed by: James Kyle Thompson. Thesis Project Director: Dr. Rezaul Mahmood. December, 2014.
  • Application of the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model to simulate a squall line: Implications of choosing parametrization scheme combinations and model initialization data sets. Completed by: Mitchell Gaines. Thesis Project Director: Dr. Rezaul Mahmood. April, 2012
  • Economic impacts of drought on Kentucky corn, hay, and soybeans. Completed by: Kortney E. Craft. Thesis Project Director: Dr. Rezaul Mahmood. January, 2011
  • Information technology implementation decisions to support the Kentucky Mesonet. Completed by: Michael Grogan. Thesis Project Director: Dr. Rezaul Mahmood. April, 2010
  • Near surface atmospheric response to simulated changes in land-cover, vegetation fraction, soil moisture over western Kentucky. Completed by: Ronnie Leeper. Thesis Project Director: Dr. Rezaul Mahmood. Summer, 2009