Modeling and Data Assimilation
I am a Research Scientist II affiliated with CIRES, Univ. of Colorado working in the Atmosphere-Ocean Process team of NOAA's ESRL/PSD. I use sophisticated numerical models together with observations to improve understanding and prediction of convection and its interactions with dynamics so that society can better respond to changes in weather and climate.
- Convectively Coupled Equatorial Waves
- Mesoscale Convective Systems
- Tropical intraseasonal variability
- Tropical-extratopical interactions
- B.Sc., Physics, Univ. of Miami, FL, May 1995
- M.Sc., Atmospheric Science, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, May 1998
- Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, Dec 2003
- Dias, J., S. Leroux, S. N. Tulich, and G. Kiladis, 2012: How systematic is organized tropical convection within the MJO? Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 1420-1425, doi:10.1002/grl.50308.
- Tulich, S. N., and G. N. Kiladis, 2012: Squall lines and convectively coupled gravity waves in the tropics: Why do most cloud systems propagate westward? J. Atmos. Sci., 69, 2995-3012.
- Riley, E. M., B. E. Mapes, and S. N. Tulich, 2011: Clouds associated with the MJO: A new perspective from CloudSat. J. Atmos. Sci., 68, 3032-3051.
- Tulich, S. N., G. N. Kiladis, and A. Suzuki-Parker, 2011: Convectively-coupled Kelvin and easterly waves in a regional climate simulation of the tropics. Clim. Dyn., 36, 185-203.
- Tulich, S. N. and B. E. Mapes, 2010: Transient environmental sensitivities of explicitly simulated tropical convection. J. Atmos. Sci., 67, 923-940.
- American Geophysical Union