Assistant Professor - Research
Ph.D. Louisiana State University, 2019
M.S. University of Tennessee, 2016
B.S. Salisbury University, 2014
Dr. Brown is interested in all things weather and climate, with a particular focus on precipitation, climatic extremes, severe weather, and climate change.
Brown, V.M., Keim, B.D., Kappel, W.D., Hultstrand, D.M., Peyrefitte Jr, A.G., Black, A.W., Steinhilber, K.M. and Muhlestein, G.A., 2020. How rare was the August 2016 south-central Louisiana heavy rainfall event?. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 21(4), pp.773-790.
Brown, V.M., Keim, B.D. and Black, A.W., 2020. Trend analysis of multiple extreme hourly precipitation time series in the southeastern United States. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 59(3), pp.427-442.
Brown, V.M., Keim, B.D. and Black, A.W., 2019. Climatology and trends in hourly precipitation for the southeast United States. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 20(8), pp.1737-1755.
Brown, V.M., Black, A.W. and Keim, B.D., 2019. Hourly rainfall climatology of Louisiana. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 137(3-4), pp.2011-2027.
Brown, V.M. and Keim, B.D.2019. Preliminary Report Summary of Hurricane Barry: July 10–17,2019. Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program- Reports.
Ellis, K.N., Hathaway, J.M., Mason, L.R., Howe, D.A., Epps, T.H. and Brown, V.M., 2017. Summer temperature variability across four urban neighborhoods in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 127(3–4), pp.701–710.
Geog 2200: Hazards, Disasters, and the Environment