Marc Marcella

Marc Marcella is a Senior Manager and Principal Scientist in AIR's Research and Modeling Group. With a background in numerical weather prediction and regional climate modeling using dynamical downscaling techniques of general circulation models, he works on both meteorology and hydrology projects in the Flood Group. Marc's current focus is on methodologies for modeling precipitation from both tropical and non-tropical cyclone rainfall for AIR's flood models. Prior to joining AIR's consulting office in San Francisco in 2013, he worked on the development and improvement of numerical models via physically, statistically, and empirically based schemes, and examined biosphere- atmosphere interactions over West Africa and the Middle East using regional climate models. He earned a dual B.S. in Atmospheric Sciences and Biological and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University, and an MS. and Ph.D. in Hydrometeorology from MIT.

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Lessons from Typhoon Ida

Lessons from Typhoon Ida

September 24, 2018
Why Houston Was Overwhelmed by Hurricane Harvey's Rain

Why Houston Was Overwhelmed by Hurricane Harvey's Rain

September 6, 2017

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