Environmental Fellow, Harvard University Center for the Environment

I study the physics of climate and global warming using a hierarchy of models, ranging from pencil-and-paper theories to simulations that run on supercomputers.

I got my PhD in December 2018 from UC Berkeley, where my advisor was David Romps.

jacob_seeley@fas.harvard.edu

News

Summer 2019

Climate Up Close will be on tour in Central Pennsylvania during August of 2019! If you'd like to schedule an event in your area, contact us at climateuc@gmail.org.

January 2019

Two new papers about anvil clouds are out now in GRL!