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Robert Gillies

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Agricultural Experiment Station

Professor, Climate Science, State Climatologist

Professor

Contact Information

DialPhone: 435-797-2233
SendEmail: robert.gillies@usu.edu

Awards

American Society of Civil Engineers, 2016

Utah Section

Certificate of Appointment - Visiting Professor, 2016

National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan

CLE International, 2008

CLE International, 2007

UCAR Member Renewal Application for USU, 2007

Certificate of Appreciation - Governor's Blue Ribbon Advisory Council, 2007

Chi Epsilon Pi, 1989


Publications - Abstracts

    Publications - Books & Book Chapters

      Books

    • Wang, S., Yoon, J., Funk, C., Gillies, R.R, Wang, , (2017). Climate Extremes: Patterns & Mechanisms. AGU / Wiley
    • Wang, S., Gillies, R.R, (2012). Modern Climatology. InTech
    • Gillies, R.R, Wang, S., (2011). Climate Change. Kendall Hunt
    • Gillies, R.R, (2009). Aviation Weather - A Series of Interactive Exercises on Weather Reports and Forecasts. *
    • Gillies, R.R, (2008). Utah Climate 2nd Edition. *
    • Book Chapters

    • Gillies, R.R, 2013 National Climate Assessment (Southwest climate assessment): The weather and Climate of the Southwest United States.
    • Wang, S., Yoon, J., Gillies, R.R, Hsu, H., (2017). The California Drought: Trends and Impacts: Climate Extremes: Patterns and Mechanisms. Ameri. Geophy. Union
    • Jin, J., Wang, S., Gillies, R.R, (2011). An Improved Dynamical Downscaling for the Western United States: Climate Change / Book 2. InTech
    • Wang, S., Gillies, R.R, Wang, S., Gillies, R.R, Climatology of the U.S. Intermountain West: Climatology. InTech
    • Gillies, R.R, Ramsey, R., (2009). Climate of Utah: Rangeland Resources of Utah, 2nd ed. USU Extension *
    • Gillies, R.R, (2007). Growth of Impervious Surface Coverage and Aquatic Fauna. Remote Sensing of Impervious Surfaces
    • Arentsen, P.R, Gillies, R.R, Mesner, N., Brebbia, C.A, (2004). Satellite derived impervious surface area as an indicator for water resource impacts in a semi-arid environment, Utah, U.S.A.: Management Information Systems. WIT Press
    • Gillies, R.R, (2004). Coupling Thermal Infrared and Visible Satellite Measurements to Infer Biophysical Variables at the Land Surface. In: Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing and Land Surface Processes

    * Has not been peer reviewed

    Publications - Fact Sheets

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      Publications - Curriculum

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        Publications - Journal Articles

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        Publications - Literary Journal

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          Publications - MultiMedia

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            Publications - Technical Reports

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              Publications - Translations & Transcripts

                Publications - Other

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                Scheduled Teaching

                PSC 3250 - Aviation Weather, Spring 2018

                PSC 3250 - Aviation Weather, Spring 2017

                PSC 3250 - Aviation Weather, Spring 2016

                PSC 3250 - Aviation Weather, Spring 2015

                PSC 6990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement, Fall 2014

                PSC 6990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement, Summer 2014

                PSC 3250 - Aviation Weather, Spring 2014

                PSC 3250 - Aviation Weather, Spring 2013

                PSC 3250 - Aviation Weather, Spring 2012

                PSC 3250 - AVIATION WEATHER, Spring 2011

                PSC 3820 - CLIMATE CHANGE (DSC)(QI), Spring 2011

                WATS 3820 - CLIMATE CHANGE (DSC)(QI), Spring 2011

                CLIM 3250 - Aviation Weathr, Spring 2010

                CLIM 3280 - Climate Change, Spring 2010


                        Creative Works - Other

                        • Another #$@%! climate talk, Other, TedxUSU Talk - 2015
                        • Another #$@%! climate talk, Other, TedxUSU Talk - 2015

                        Graduate Students Mentored

                        Martin Schroeder, Plants, Soils, and Climate, August 2013