- B.Sc., Honours Physics, University of Waterloo
- M.S., Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington
- Ph.D., Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington
Clouds and precipitation are extraordinarily dynamic over a vast range of interacting scales in time and space, and this makes them difficult to understand. Is the role of clouds in climate fundamentally simple (which would be nice) or impossibly complex (a cause for despair)? The Garrett Group works to try to seek ways to constrain this challenging problem.