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Dr. Mary Snow teaches meteorology,
climatology, climate change, and geography in the Department of
Applied Aviation Sciences at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University, Daytona Beach, Florida.
She earned her Ph.D. in Physical Geography with a specialty in
Life Sciences from Indiana State University in 1999. Dr. Snow
has presented her research to numerous professional
organizations including the American Meteorological Society, the
National Weather Association, the National Council for
Geographic education, the Association of American Geographers,
and the University Aviation Association. She has presented at
international conferences in Greece, Germany, France, the
Netherlands, England, Cancun, the Bahamas, and Hawaii.
Her diverse research topics include microburst avoidance for
pilots, temperature range variability, global climate change,
applied climatic indices, renewable energy, and Geographic
Information Systems (GIS) applications in meteorology and
Her husband, Dr. Rich Snow, and she have produced numerous
refereed journal articles and proceedings papers and recently
co-authored a textbook entitled Climatology: An Atmospheric
Science published by Prentice-Hall.
The Snows first presented at the ICICTE on Samos in 2003 and
have been associated with the conference since that time as
presenters, moderators, and committee members. Dr. Snow is also
a licensed private pilot.
Pericles 'Asher' Rospigliosi