Bart J. Wolf

Professor of Meteorology

Kallay-Christopher Hall, 201-G
219.464.5136
bart.wolf@valpo.edu

Education

Ph.D. – University of Wisconsin-Madison (1991)

Interests

Large- and small-scale forecasting, severe storms, thermodynamics

Courses Taught

  • MET 103 Introduction to Meteorology
  • MET 216 Introduction to Meteorological Observation and Analysis
  • MET 279 Severe Storm Prediction and Nowcasting
  • MET 319 Tropical Meteorology
  • MET 330 Meteorological Computer Applications
  • MET 369 Atmospheric Thermodynamics
  • MET 373 Atmospheric Dynamics II
  • MET 385 Field Study in Meteorology
  • MET 435 Radar Meteorology
  • MET 480 Synoptic Scale Analysis and Forecasting
  • MET 481 Mesoscale Analysis and Forecasting
  • MET 490 Topic: Instrumentation Seminar, Great Storms of the Great Lakes

Contributions

  • “The Mesoscale Forcing of a Midlatitude Upper-Tropospheric Jet Streak by a Simulated Convective System. Part I: Mass Circulation and Ageostrophic Processes,” in Monthly Weather Review, April 1995
  • “The Mesoscale Forcing of a Midlatitude Upper-Tropospheric Jet Streak by a Simulated Convective System. Part II: Kinetic Energy and Resolution Analysis,” Monthly Weather Review, April 1995
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