Matt Onderlinde

Contact Information

Email: monderlinde [at] rsmas [dot] miami [dot] edu
Phone: 269 [dash] 720 [dash] 9199
Address: University of Miami
  Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science
  4600 Rickenbacker Causeway
  Miami, FL 33149
Office: CIMAS 211

Forecasting Website

Check out my forecasting website: www.weathernerds.org
I particularly recommend the "Models" Tab for realtime model data...
Zoom to user-defined regions, generate point forecast soundings, generate custom cross sections, etc.

Cirriculum Vitae

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Education Eastern Michigan University
  ♦ 2001 - 2005
  ♦ B.S. Independent Study - Focus on Natural Science and Business
  ♦ 4 year letter winner - NCAA Baseball
  ♦ GPA 3.7/4.0
   
  University of Michigan
  ♦ 2005 - 2007
  ♦ B.S.E. Atmospheric Science
  ♦ GPA 3.29/4.0
   
  Florida State University
  ♦ 2007 - 2010
  ♦ M.S. Meteorology
  ♦ Advisor: Henry Fuelberg
  ♦ GPA 3.86/4.0
   
  University of Miami - Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science
  ♦ 2011 - Present
  ♦ PhD Candidate - Meteorology and Physical Oceanography
  ♦ Advisor: David Nolan
  ♦ GPA 3.75/4.0
  ♦ Expected Defense Date: April 2016
 
Experience     NWS Volunteer Internship - Grand Rapids, MI
  ♦ Summer 2005
  ♦ Collaborated with forecasters learning technical forecast methodology
  ♦ Became proficient in computer systems used in the NWS
   
  Texas Tech / Univ. Michigan MOBILE Project
  ♦ Spring 2006, 2007, 2008
  ♦ Participated in joint severe weather data collection project led by TTU
  ♦ Worked in a team environment to predict, locate, and analyze supercell storms
 
  Paid Research Assistant - University of Michigan
  ♦ Summer 2007
  ♦ Managed numerical simulations of the solar magnetosphere
  ♦ Gained value experience working in a high performance linux computing environment
 
  South Florida Hurricane Awareness
  ♦ Delivered hurricane science talks to public audiences in South Florida
 
Publications ♦ Matthew J. Onderlinde and David S. Nolan, 2015: Tropical Cyclone-Relative Environmental
         Helicity and the Pathways to Intensification in Shear. Submitted to J. Atmos. Sci.
  ♦ Matthew J. Onderlinde and David S. Nolan, 2014: Environmental Helicity and Its Effects
         on Development and Intensification of Tropical Cyclones. J. Atmos. Sci., 71, 4308-4320.
         http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.1175/JAS-D-14-0085.1
  ♦ Matthew J. Onderlinde and Henry E. Fuelberg, 2014: A Parameter for Forecasting Tornadoes
         Associated with Landfalling Tropical Cyclones. Wea. Forecasting, 29, 1238-1255.
         http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.1175/WAF-D-13-00086.1
 
Conference
Proceedings
♦ Onderlinde, M.J. 2015: Tropical Cyclone-Relative Environmental Helicity and the Pathways to
         Intensification of Tropical Cyclones in Shear. AMS 16th Conference on
         Mesoscale Processes, Boston, MA.
         https://ams.confex.com/ams/16Meso/webprogram/Paper274398.html
  ♦ Onderlinde, M.J. 2014: Environmental Helicity and its Effects on Development and
         Intensification of Tropical Cyclones. International Conference on Mesoscale Meteorology
         and Tropical Cyclones, Boulder, CO.

         http://icmcs.eawra.com/environmental-helicity-and-its-effects-development-and-intensification-tropical-cyclones
  ♦ Onderlinde, M.J. 2014: Environmental Helicity and its Impact on Development and
         Intensification in Tropical Cyclones. AMS 31st Conf. on Hurricanes and
         Tropical Meteorology, San Diego, CA.

         https://ams.confex.com/ams/31Hurr/webprogram/Paper244544.html
  ♦ Onderlinde, M.J. 2012: Comparison of the Intensity Evolution During Tropical Storms
         Gabrielle (2001) and Edouard (2002) using the method of point-downscaling in a high
         resolution model. AMS 30th Conf. on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology,
         Ponte Vedra Beach, FL.

         https://ams.confex.com/ams/30Hurricane/webprogram/Paper205067.html
 
Awards ♦ Inducted into Chi Esilon Pi Honors Society - Fall 2008
  ♦ MPO Best Student Seminar Award - Spring 2015