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Climate change Portraits: Christina Archer

11-24-2011 13:07 BJT

Cristina L. Archer is an assistant professor of energy, meteorology, and environmental science in the Department of Geological and Environmental Science of California State University Chico, as well as a consulting assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University. Her research interests include wind power, meteorology, air quality, climate change, and numerical modeling.

Cristina is the first author of the paper "Global assessment of high-altitude wind power", published in 2009 in the scientific journal Energies, which provided the first maps of high-altitude winds and wind power density.

Christina Archer

Editor:Zhang Hao |Source: CNTV.CN

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