Tilden P. Meyers
Senior Scientist, ARL Liaison to NOAA/ESRL
Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Division
Boulder, CO 80303
- Current interests include both the measurement and modeling of energy and carbon fluxes and the interactions of these fluxes between the land surface and boundary layer with an overall goal to improve the representation of the earth surface and boundary layer interactions in both weather and climate models. This research can play a major role in helping communities to adapt and be more resilient to a changing climate and associated extreme events.
Ph.D. Micrometeorology, Purdue University, 1985.
M.S. Agricultural Meteorology, Purdue University, 1982.
B.S. Meteorology, University of Wisconsin, 1979.
Awards, Honors, and Professional Recognition
2000 Department of Commerce Gold Medal Award
2004, 2012 WMO Norbert Gerbier-Mumm International Award
2005 NOAA Bronze Award
2009 NOAA Administrator’s Award
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
Guest Editor, Advanced in Water Resources
Atmospheric Scientist, NOAA/Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Division, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1985 – 2000, Deputy Director 2000 – 2006, Acting Director 2006 – 2009, Lead Climate Science Advisor for USCRN 2000-2022.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, January – May, 1985.