Dr. Hopsch is interested in tropical cyclones, tropical cyclogenesis and their variability. Her research also includes tropical-extratropical interactions, climate variability and dynamics, and the link between extreme weather events and climate variability. Since joining AER, she has contributed to the development of a new hurricane forecast tool as well as assessing the impacts of Arctic sea ice variability on the atmospheric circulation. Dr. Hopsch received her PhD from the University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY). She’s a member of the AMS and AGU.
Weather, Climate, and Society