Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Florida


Hi, I’m Esther Mullens (formerly White), Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Florida. Prior to this, I was a Postdoctoral Researcher with the South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center (SC-CASC). My background is in Atmospheric Science, with a Bachelor's degree from the University of Reading (UK), and a PhD from the University of Oklahoma, school of Meteorology. My research has focused on various projects related to weather and climate. During my time at SC-CASC, I examined future climate projections for the South Central United States, with a focus on hazards that impact the transportation sector, on a grant co-funded by the Southern Plains Transportation Center. I have a fascination with winter weather hazards, including freezing rain and ice storms, and recently developed a value-added climate length freezing precipitation dataset for the South Central United States.
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