Sam Ng

Degree: Ph.D.


Department: Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Sam Ng


Climatology Environment Global Warming/Climate Change/Meteorology Science


  • Forecasting
  • Winter weather
  • Convective storms
  • Mesoscale meteorology


Sam Ng, Ph.D., is a professor of meteorology at Metropolitan State University of Denver where he’s been teaching for over a decade. His research includes regional and local climate changes, mesoscale convective systems, winter weather phenomenon, rapid cyclogenesis, occlusion process, quantitative precipitation forecasting and numerical weather prediction.

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