Elizabeth Spicer

Elizabeth Spicer

Ph.D. Student

School of Meteorology

I am a first-year Ph.D. student also in my first year as a member of BLISS! I just earned my MS in meteorology from the University of Oklahoma this past summer as a member of the GeoCarb group, where I studied carbon-based pollutants measured by EM27/SUN spectrometers. My current research focuses on analyzing urban heat island effects and carbon-based pollutants in the Houston, Texas area during the Department of Energy Atmospheric Radiation Measurement User Facility’s TRACER (Tracking Aerosol Convection Interactions Experiment) campaign in Houston, Texas.

  • Boundary-layer meteorology
  • Carbon-based pollution
  • Climate
  • Modeling
  • Machine learning
  • MS in Meteorology, 2023

    University of Oklahoma

  • BS in Chemical Engineering, 2021

    Virginia Tech