Norman L. Miller
Norman L. Miller serves as a Staff Scientist in the Earth Sciences Division at Berkeley Lab and as an Adjunct Professor in the Geography Department at the University of California at Berkeley and the Department of Hydrology and Water Resources at the University of Arizona at Tucson. He is focused on understanding hydroclimate processes and related impacts based on modeling and analysis of climate, hydrology, and ecology, and their impacts on energy and water supply and demand, water quality, agriculture, and impacts to other sectors of society. This includes, coupled atmosphere- land surface-groundwater modeling from the site scale to continental scale; climate variability and change analyses; bioenergy crop modeling and evaluations, quantifying feedbacks and sensitivities with climate systems; ultraefficient high performance computing.
Biography Updated on 16 August 2011