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RYAN BOYLES

Dr. Ryan BoylesExtension Assistant Professor, Director and State Climatologist, State Climate Office
Tel. (919) 513-2816
135 Research III
Email: rpboyles@ncsu.edu
State Climate Office of NC website
Curriculum Vitae

B.S., Meteorology, 1997, North Carolina State University

M.S., Atmospheric Science, 2000, North Carolina State University

Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, 2006, North Carolina State University

EXTENSION AND RESEARCH AREAS:
Climate services, local and regional climatology, weather and climate applications, observational sensors and systems, data management.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:
Misra, V., J.-P. Michael, R. Boyles, E. Chassignet, M. Griffin, and J.J.
O’Brien. (2011). Temperature trends in the southeast United States
significantly influenced by urbanization and irrigation. Science, submitted.

Breuer, N., H. Dinon, R. Boyles, and G. Wilkerson (2010). North Carolina
extension agent awareness of and interest in climate information.
Journal of Service Climatology, submitted.

Raman, S., J. Kehoe, and R. Boyles (2010). Characteristics of land
falling tropical cyclones in North Carolina. Journal of Marine Geodesy,
Vol. 33, No. 4.

Reyes, M., H. Suda, M. Brooks, and R. Boyles (2010). Proposed standard
for automatic calculation of rainfall erosivity. Applied Engineering for
Agriculture, Vol 26(3), pp. 401-403.

Carbone, G., J. Rhee, H. Mizzell, and R. Boyles (2008). A regional-scale
drought monitoring tools for the Carolinas. Bulletin of the American
Meteorological, Vol 89, pp 20-28.

Boyles, R., S. Raman, and A. Sims (2007). Sensitivity of mesoscale
precipitation dynamics to surface soil and vegetation contrasts over the
Carolina Sandhills. Pure and Applied Geophysics, Vol 164, pp 1547-1576.

Childs, Peter, Jr., Sethu Raman, and Ryan Boyles (2007): High resolution
numerical simulations of Hurricane Isabel (2003) over North Carolina,
Natural Hazards, Vol 41, pp 401-411.

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