Chris Bednarczyk

Chris Bednarczyk joined AIR in 2013 as a Scientist in our Research Department. Since then he has worked primarily on developing severe thunderstorm models for Australia and Europe. He has also assisted with typhoon modeling in the Northwest Pacific Ocean.

Before AIR, Chris was a Graduate Research Assistant at Texas Tech University where he conducted research into the use of Ensemble Sensitivity Analysis with Southern Plains convection to evaluate the dynamics and predictability of an event. Prior to this, Chris was a Visiting Scientist at Developmental Testbed center at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. While there, Chris worked to develop standardized tools for ensemble sensitivity research. In addition, Chris has earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from Valparaiso University and a Master of Science in Atmospheric Science from Texas Tech University.

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Following are some recent blogs:

Australia's Costliest Catastrophe in 2018 and Hail Risk

Australia's Costliest Catastrophe in 2018 and Hail Risk

January 28, 2019
Does Early Tornadic Activity Herald an Active Year?

Does Early Tornadic Activity Herald an Active Year?

March 27, 2017

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