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Johannes Mülmenstädt

About Me

What I Do

I work as an Earth Scientist in the Atmospheric Sciences & Global Change division at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. My main research interest is the realism of the representation of cloud-scale physical processes, which climate models have to parameterize on the basis of their much coarser grid spacing. In my current projects, I aim to use observations of process variables, rather than state variables, to evaluate and eventually improve climate models.

On this site you can read more about the research projects I'm working on, as well as some additional information on my publications.

I previously worked as a Scientist in the Clouds and Global Climate research group at the Universität Leipzig. In that capacity I also worked with meteorology students, teaching courses on climate dynamics and mentoring B.Sc. and M.Sc. thesis projects.

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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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Richland, WA 99352

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