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.

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