Daniel J. Vimont
Professor, Atmospherhic and Oceanic Sciences
Director, Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research
Co-Director, Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts
PhD University of Washington
I have a broad set of research interests that generally focus on understanding mechanisms of climate variability and climate change, interactions between weather and climate, and global and regional impacts of climate change. In support of these research interests I use observational analyses, designed experiments using models of varying complexity, simple and advanced statistical techniques, and theoretical analyses. Currently, my research focuses on coupled ocean atmosphere interactions and their contribution to tropical Pacific and Atlantic variability, subseasonal-to-seasonal (S2S) predictability, statistical downscaling for regional climate, and development and application of statistical models for understanding climate variability. More information can be found on my website at Vimont Research Group .