Mark Lander , PhD

University of Guam
Dr. Lander is a tropical meteorologist with expertise in tropical weather, tropical climate, typhoon forecasting and prediction, climate variability and climate change, and the ENSO phenomenon. His research efforts include field work on Guam and across the Micronesia region, and operational forecasting of seasonal typhoon risk and ENSO-related drought. Dr. Lander is active in the international community, and has given lectures on tropical climate and typhoon behavior at venues in Thailand, Australia, Fiji, Majuro, Pohnpei, Oman, Hong Kong, Hawaii and China. He also teaches graduate-level courses in the University of Guam’s Environmental Science program.
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