Climatology Expert Rohli Guest Speaker for Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences Fall Seminar Series
LSU professor Robert Rohli has taught classes related to geography, coastal meterology, meteorology, climatology, world climates and atmospheric circulation, among others.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Robert Rohli, professor in the Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences at Louisiana State University, is the featured guest speaker for the U of A's Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Science's Fall Seminar Series.
Rholi is speaking at 3:30 Monday, Sept. 30, in Plant Science Building Room 009. The seminar, "Analyzing Environmental Changes Using Climatic Types," is open to everyone.
In addition to teaching in LSU's College of the Coast and Environment, he has served as coordinator of the Louisiana Geographic Education Alliance, as assistant professor at Kent State University and as a regional climatologist at the Southern Regional Climate Center.
His teaching and research interests within physical geography include coastal processes, synoptic meteorology/climatology, atmospheric circulation variability and hydrometeorology.
He has published more than 70 refereed research articles and book chapters, and over 20 other manuscripts, encyclopedia articles, proceedings papers and technical reports. He has also coauthored three editions of Exploring Physical Geography, and four editions of Climatology, which are both widely-used textbooks, along with three other books: Louisiana Weather and Climate, Weather and Climate of Florida and co-edited Selected Readings in Applied Climatology.
Rohli earned his bachelor's degree in geography from the University of New Orleans, his master's degree in atmospheric sciences for Ohio State University and his Ph.D. in geography from LSU.
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