~Dr. Evan Kutta
My name is Evan Kutta and I was born and raised in St. Louis, MO also known as the Heartland of the United States of America, which most Americans simply fly over. While the Heartland is typically known for its farms, the characteristically variable weather sparked a keen interest in meteorology that has since evolved into a morbid curiosity regarding the physical mechanisms controlling the environment around us. To this end, I attended the University of Missouri and have completed a B.S. emphasizing Atmospheric Sciences in 2012, an M.S. emphasizing Water Resources in 2013, and a Ph.D. emphasizing Atmospheric Sciences in 2017. Today, I call Morgantown, WV home and I am employed as a post-doctoral fellow by West Virginia University's Institute of Water Security and Science. My published research spans a broad spectrum of topics ranging from microclimatic gradients in a contemporary greenhouse, recent changes in seasonality across the northern hemisphere, and global scale inter-annual climate variability. I will undoubtedly publish on additional topics with the central theme being water and/or climate related, which I look forwards to sharing with you!
All the Best,
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