Associate Scientist, FIU, Applied Meteorology
Josh Roberti received his B.S. in Meteorology (2009) and M.S. in Applied Meteorology (2011) from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. His research (thesis) focused on monitoring direct interactions between cloud bases and the alpine-treeline ecotone boundary of the Presidential Range. This research was conducted to better understand the extent of pollutant and ice loading on northeastern treeline environments. Josh interned during graduate school at a weather station where he conducted maintenance and QA/QC of incoming meteorological data, and gained valuable knowledge of meteorological sensors and data control.