Daniel Krahenbuhl

633 W. Southern Ave #1106
Tempe
Asst Research Professor
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Biography

Dan Krahenbuhl is a lecturer and researcher specializing in Earth System Science, Geography and Climatology.  He recieved his PHD in 2013 researching external climate change forcing.  He serves as data scientist for the United Nations and World Meteorological Organization while conducting the authentication of climate extremes. He participated in the UCAR Visiting Science Program for Heliophysics at the National Center for Environmental Prediction.  His research is focused on adapting machine learning methodolgies for mid-long range forecasts, long-term sun-earth interactions and extreme event characterization. 

Education

PhD, Geography - Meteorology/Climatology, Arizona State University

Courses

Summer 2019
Course Number Course Title
GPH 314 Global Change
Spring 2019
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GPH 314 Global Change
Spring 2018
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GPH 111 Intro to Physical Geography
GIS 470 Statistics for Geographers
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
GIS 470 Statistics for Geographers
Spring 2017
Course Number Course Title
GPH 111 Intro to Physical Geography
GIS 470 Statistics for Geographers
GPH 499 Individualized Instruction
Fall 2016
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GPH 414 Climate Change
GIS 470 Statistics for Geographers
Summer 2016
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GPH 213 Introduction to Climatology
GPH 215 Intro to Climatology Lab
Spring 2016
Course Number Course Title
GPH 111 Intro to Physical Geography
GIS 470 Statistics for Geographers
Fall 2015
Course Number Course Title
GPH 591 Seminar
Summer 2015
Course Number Course Title
GPH 111 Intro to Physical Geography
Spring 2015
Course Number Course Title
GPH 111 Intro to Physical Geography
GPH 314 Global Change
GIS 470 Statistics for Geographers