Two Mines professors have received 2015 National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Awards. Kathleen Smits, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, received the award in support of her research Advancing the Science and Education of Land Surface-Atmosphere Interactions: Interweaving Multiscale Experimental and Modeling Approaches for Land Surface Models (LSM) and Experiential Learning. The goal of Smits’ research is to advance the understanding and modeling of mass and energy exchange at the land-atmosphere interface over a wide range of scales, ultimately improving LSMs that are used in global climate prediction.
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