Molly Markey

Dr. Molly J. Markey is a senior scientist in AIR’s Research and Modeling group, working on the hazard component of severe thunderstorm and extratropical cyclone models. Prior to joining AIR, she taught earth science at independent schools and worked as a freelance science writer. Her graduate and postdoctoral work combined research on skull evolution in early tetrapods with experiments on skull deformation in living primitive fishes. Molly earned a B.S. in paleobiology from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Earth and Planetary Sciences from Harvard University.

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360 Tornadoes in the Supercell, But It Only Took One to Wreck Tuscaloosa

360 Tornadoes in the Supercell, But It Only Took One to Wreck Tuscaloosa

April 26, 2021

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