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January 01, 2005

About Bryan Woods

Bryan received his bachelor's degree in meteorology from the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, MA. He briefly interned at WHDH-TV in Boston, MA, where he learned that he was not cut out for broadcast meteorology. He recently spent two summers working on a NSF sponsored research project in Atlanta, GA, studying evapotranspiration rates in urban forest canopies. Other research projects he has participitated in include a study of photovoltaic modules for use pyranometers to measure incoming solar radiation, and a case studying of a New England mixed precipitation Nor'Easter. Bryan is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Geophysics at Yale University in New Haven, CT. The weather and the natural world around us all has always represented Bryan's life passion. He also greatly enjoys sharing that world and passion with others around him. His passion has taken him to the New England shores during blizzards, the Storm Prediction Center, National Severe Storm Laboritory, and coincidently the Florida Renewable Energy Center during Hurricane Charley.

Email Bryan at severestorm@gmail.com

About Jordan Golson

Jordan Golson is a bachelor's degree candidate in Political Science at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, MA. He runs the blog Cheese and Crackers and was one of the first sites to host amateur video from the Boxing Day tsunami and earthquake in December 2004. He received over 5 million visits and was featured in the Wall Street Journal, the UK Guardian and other papers and was featured on WCVB-TV in Boston.

Reach him by email at jlgolson@gmail.com
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