Atmospheric Physics Branch
Earth Sciences Division
Mail Stop 245-5
NASA Ames Research Center
Moffett Field, CA 94035
San Jose State University
- Emphasis of Study: Computer Science
De Anza College
- Certificate of Achievement in C Programming, Aug 2003
Jan 2002 - Present:
NASA/AMES Research Center, Mountain View
Responsibilities included: network administration, system management, data reduction, processing and visualization using C, C++, PERL, IDL, and IGOR.
May 2000 - September 2000:
Technical Support Engineer
Bitmo Inc., San Francisco
Responsibilities included: network administration, assistance in systems administration, and software testing.
Publications (complete list available on request)
"ARM Aerosol Intensive Operating Period: Comparison of Aerosol Scattering During Coordinated Flights," A. G. Hallar, A. W. Strawa, B. Schmid, E. Andrews, J. Ogren, P. Sheridan, R. Ferrare, D. Covert, R. Elleman, H. H. Jonsson, K. Bokarius, A. P. Luu. (2005) Journal of Geophysical Research #2005JD06250.
"In-Situ Measurements of Aerosol Optical Properties Made During the DOE Aerosol IOP: Comparison of Extinction and Scattering Coefficients," A. W. Strawa, A. G. Hallar, D. Covert, K. Ricci, R. Provencal, T. W. Owano, H. H. Jonsson, B. Schmid, K. Bokarius, E. Andrews, A. P. Luu. (2005) Journal of Geophysical Research #2005JD006056.
"In-Situ Measurements of Aerosol Optical Properties using New Cavity Ring Down - Results From Two Recent Field Missions," A. G. Hallar, A. W. Strawa, D. Covert, H. Jonsson, T. W. Kirchsteatter, B. Schmid, A. P. Luu, J. Redemann, K. Bokarius, talk presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2004.
"Multi-Year Characterization of PSCs in the Arctic using Solar Occultation Satellite Observations," A. W. Strawa, K. Bokarius, K. Drdla, M. D. Fromm, J. M. Alfred, poster presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2003.
"A Statistical Comparison of PSC Model Simulations and POAM Observations," K. Bokarius, A. W. Strawa, K. Drdla, M. D. Fromm, poster presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2002.