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September 1999

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Michael Eschenberg

Every other month, Staff Notes Monthly spotlights a stochastically chosen staff member. This month we profile Michael Eschenberg, a graduate research assistant with the Geophysical Statistics Project (GSP), based in CGD.

Amy and Michael Eschenberg pause on a hike with sons Zachary (who will be four in January) and Ian (two next June) in Rocky Mountain National Park. (Photos courtesy Michael Eschenberg.)

What brought him to NCAR? How do you capture the eye of a hurricane? What preparation did he have for hurricane research? The long and winding road: How many applications does it take to get into grad school? How do you race the sun? What does a 6'5" statistics major do in his spare time? What's in store after graduation?

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