I am a recent graduate of the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at the Pennsylvania State University. I have a Bachelor of Science in Geography with minors in Climatology and Information Sciences and Technology, and a certificate in Global Environmental Systems. I have prior course knowledge in Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences at Penn State before I switched to Geography in the Spring 2022 semester. I have interests in climate science, climatology/paleoclimatology, and environmental conservation/protection. I have skills in Matlab, Python, R, Stata, Microsoft Office, and ESRI ArcGIS products.

Christopher Turnbull
Me admiring my first “weather station” in 2007.
Christopher Turnbull
Beaver Stadium, Penn State University (10/2018)

My passion for the weather started when I was seven years old. Recent weather events, in particular Superstorm Sandy in 2012, leading up to college got the ball rolling on my decision to pursue a degree in Meteorology at Penn State, which is now a Bachelor of Science in Geography.

My first professional weather station. Operational since March 2018.
January 2021 – CoCoRaHS rain gauge mounted next to my Davis Vantage Pro 2