Ken Davis

Ken Davis
PROFESSOR, Meteorology
(814) 863-8601

Ken Davis is a professor of meteorology. He heads a major atmospheric physics effort to improve detection of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. His teaching interests include atmospheric physics, boundary layer meteorology, global carbon cycle, observational methods.

Education: 
A.B., Princeton University, Physics, 1987
Ph.D., University of Colorado, Planetary and Atmospheric Sciences, 1992
Research Interests: 
Boundary layer meteorology, terrestrial carbon and hydrologic cycles, remote sensing using lidar, flux measurement methods, interactions between terrestrial processes and boundary layer development, climate change ethics