Postdoctoral Research Associate
I'm interested in using a combination of numerical simulations,
modeling, and analytical mathematics to solve problems that have a
broader impact on society. In the past I've worked on particle
physics, mode-locking laser dynamics, and developing numerical
algorithms to determine the stability of optical structures.
My current research interest lies in the cloud-topped atmospheric
boundary layer and cloud feedbacks in global climate
models. The goals of my research are to understand underlying
physical mechanisms governing the response of boundary layer clouds
to climate change, and to better parameterize these processes in
Outside of my studies, I enjoy playing games and baking bread.
|Autumn 2010:||AMATH 351 (Instructor)|
|Spring 2010:||AMATH 351 (Instructor)|
|Autumn 2009:||AMATH 581 (TA)|
|Spring 2009:||PHYS 121 (Lab TA)|
|Winter 2009:||PHYS 122 (Lab TA)|
|Autumn 2008:||PHYS 121 (Lab TA)|
Jones,C. R., C. S. Bretherton and P. N. Blossey, 2013: Fast Stratocumulus Timescale in Mixed Layer Model and Large Eddy Simulation. J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., accepted 12/2013.
Bretherton, C. S., P. N. Blossey and C. R. Jones, 2013: Mechanisms of marine low cloud sensitivity to idealized climate perturbations: A single-LES exploration extending the CGILS cases. J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 5, doi:10.1002/jame.20019.
Caldwell, P., J. R. Norris, C. R. Jones, R. Wood, S. A. Klein and C. S. Bretherton, 2012: How often is the stratocumulus-topped boundary layer well-mixed? An observational perspective. Geophys. Res. Lett., submitted 4/12.
Jones, C.R., C.S. Bretherton, and D. Leon, 2011: Coupled vs. decoupled boundary layers in VOCALS-REx, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 7143-7153, 2011.