Jamie L. Dyer
Associate Professor
Department of Geosciences
Mississippi State University

PhD in Geography
University of Georgia, 2005

Web: www.msstate.edu

Email: jamiedyer@msstate.edu
Phone: 662-325-5802

Research Interests
Precipitation observation and distribution, tropical systems, surface-atmosphere interactions, numerical weather prediction, cryospheric processes.

Current Research Projects
Spatial and temporal trends in snow cover in North America and the relationships with streamflow and rapid ablation.

Simulating the 1997 Red River floods utilizing a coupled snowpack and hydrologic model.

A Hybrid Approach for Evaluating and Predicting Interactions between the Seasonal Snow Pack and the Atmosphere

Most Current Publications:
Dyer, J. L., M. Brown, and C. Wax, 2008: Analysis of regional precipitation patterns over northern Mississippi. In preparation for submission.

Dyer, J. L., 2008: Evaluation of Surface and Radar Estimated Precipitation Data Sources over a Sub-tropical Low-elevation Agricultural Landscape. Journal of Hydrology, submitted.

Dyer, J. L., 2008: Basin-scale precipitation analysis for southeast US watersheds using high-resolution radar precipitation estimates. Physical Geography. In press.

Dyer, J., 2008: Snow depth and streamflow relationships in large North American watersheds. J. Geophys. Res., 113, D18113, doi:10.1029/2008JD010031.

Dyer, J. L. and T. L. Mote, 2007: Trends in snow ablation over North America. International Journal of Climatology, 27 (6), 739-748. Published online 10 October 2006 in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com) DOI: 10.1002/joc.1426

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