Jean Dewart has been a meteorologist at Los Alamos National Laboratory for 30 years, focusing on atmospheric dispersion, measurements, and quality assurance. Jean’s favorite thing about the weather is what we can observe with our eyes and relate to the structure and processes in the atmosphere. In addition to loving the weather, Jean is a skier, kayaker, and hiker.
David Alan Bruggeman: I have been a meteorologist with Los Alamos National Laboratory since 2014. I received a bachelor’s degree in Earth Science from Minnesota State University of Mankato and a bachelor’s degree in Meteorology from Metropolitan State University of Denver. I received my master’s in Meteorology from San Jose State University with my thesis focusing on dust transport on Mars. I have taught introductory weather classes, forecast for the Denver Broncos, and was an intern with the National Weather Service, NASA, and the National Center for Atmospheric Research.