Mühle, J., Kuijpers, L. J. M., Stanley, K. M., Rigby, M., Western, L. M., Kim, J., Park, S., Harth, C. M., Krummel, P. B., Fraser, P. J., O'Doherty, S., Salameh, P. K., Schmidt, R., Young, D., Prinn, R. G., Wang, R. H. J., and Weiss, R. F.
Tim Cronin's research interests include several different subjects related to climate, especially idealized modeling of the atmosphere and atmosphere-land system with single-column and limited-area models. A (non-exhaustive) list includes: 1) Cold air formation in warmer climates; 2) Self-aggregation of convection; 3) Diurnal Cycle and Island Rainfall; 4) Boundary Layer Sensitivity; 5) Details about Radiative-Convective Equilibrium; 6) Tropical Cyclones in odd environments; and 7) Hadley Circulation and Eddies. See his website for more info and links to publications.
NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship (2014-2016) | Harvard University Center for the Environment Postdoctoral Fellowship (2014-2016) |Award for Excellence in Teaching, for role as Teaching Assistant in Spring 2013 course “Theoretical Environmental Analysis”, EAPS, MIT (2013) | Martin Fellow, Martin Family Society of Fellows for Sustainability, MITEI (2011-2012) | Climate Co-Lab finalist and presenter to US Congress, MIT Center forCollective Intelligence (2010) | Presidential Fellow, MIT (2009-2010)