Dr. Scott Sheridan is a professor and the departmental chairperson in the Department of Geography at Kent State University. He holds degrees in Meteorology and Climatology, receiving his PhD from the University of Delaware. His research interests span several areas of applied climatology. Much of his research has examined the impacts of climate on human health, in particular looking at extreme temperature events. He also has an interest in synoptic climatology as a research tool, and has used it to analyze climate change and variability, as well as comparing it to diverse environmental conditions, including air pollution, water quality, and sea levels.
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