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Victoria Ford
Victoria Ford
Phone:
(979) 845-7141
Email:
victoriaford@tamu.edu
Office:
O&M 703
Address:

810 Eller O&M Building

Department of Geography

Texas A&M University

College Station, Texas 77843-3147


Degrees:

M.S. Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Louisiana State University, 2016

B.S. Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, 2014
Awards:

Graduate Student Travel Award, Louisiana State University, Spring 2016

George Miksch Sutton Research Scholarship in Ornithology, University of Oklahoma, 2014

School of Meteorology Scholarship, University of Oklahoma, 2011 – 2014
Courses:

GEOG 361/651 – Remote Sensing in Geosciences

GEOG 213 – Planet Earth Laboratory

GEOG 398 – Interpretation of Aerial Photography


Victoria Ford

Ph.D. Student

Research Interests

Air-sea interactions, climate change, synoptic climatology/meteorology, physical oceanography, hazard management

Selected Publications

Ford, VL, Walker, ND, & Pun, I-F, 2016: The role of upper ocean heat content and sea surface temperature on Northeast Pacific major hurricanes in 2014 (In Preparation).

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Oliver Frauenfeld



Conference Presentations:

Ford, VL, Frauenfeld, OW, & Nowotarski, CJ, 2017: Determination of a Critical Sea Ice Thickness Threshold for the Central Arctic Ocean. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, December 11-15.

 

Ford, VL & Walker, ND, 2016: Upper Ocean Heat Content Variability in East Pacific Hurricane Genesis and Duration. American Geophysical Union Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 26 February 2016.

 

Ford, VL & Broom, AT, 2014: Using Weather Radar to Monitor the Response of Birds to Abrupt Natural Hazards. American Meteorological Society 17th Symposium on Meteorological Observation and Instrumentation, Westminster, Colorado, 9-13 June 2014, Oral Presentation.

 

Professional Organizations:

Association of Polar Early Career Scientists

The Oceanography Society

American Geophysical Union

American Meteorological Society

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