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Dr. Zafer Boybeyi is an instructional faculty of Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Earth Sciences within the College of Science at George Mason University.

Dr. Boybeyi conducts research in the area of atmospheric modeling from local scale (urban) to regional (mesoscale) scales and estimation of transport and dispersion from a wide variety of source scenarios.

Dr. Boybeyi specificaly focuses on research areas of regional scale climate modeling, mesoscale meteorological modeling, high fidelity severe and extreme weather prediction, tropical storms, cloud physics, atmospheric boundary layer physics, atmospheric turbulence, erosol effects, hazardous atmospheric releases prediction, and model evaluation and uncertainty analysis.

My office is located at GMU Fairfax Campus.


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