Hauss J. Reinbold

Hourly Assistant Research Scientist
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Professional Interests

Mr. Reinbold's research interests include mesoscale meteorology, wildland fire and weather relationships, predictive modeling of climate and meteorological impacts in the western United States, visualization techniques, GIS, data analysis, and applications research. His thesis work was verification of a climate model as compared to remote automated weather stations.

Research Areas

  • Analysis of Climate and Wildfire relationships on a local climate
  • ecosystem database management
  • climate forecasts for use in planning suppression of wildland fire
  • lightning strike analysis pertaining to fire starts
  • scientific visualization
  • dissemination of research products via the web.

Research Website

Education

DegreeInstitutionArea
M.S. University of Nevada, Reno Atmospheric Science
B.S. Walla Walla College, College Place, ID Physics

Personal Interests and Involvement

  • Extreme weather
  • Mountain Meteorology

Publications & Presentations

2018

Brown, T. J., Reinbold, H. J. (2018). Grand Canyon Smoke. Annual Performance Report, 5 pp., April 2018.
Brown, T. J., Reinbold, H. J. (2018). RMACC Forecast Products. Final Performance Report, 3 pp., March 2018.
Mills, G., Brown, T. J., Podnar, D., Reinbold, H. J., Harris, S. (2018). Victorian Gridded Fire Weather Climatology Data Set Rainfall Verification and Configuration Test Project, 37 pp., Final Report to the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, August 2018.

2017

Brown, T. J., Reinbold, H. J. (2017). Grand Canyon Smoke. Annual Performance Report, Submitted, 3 pp., April 2017.
Brown, T. J., Reinbold, H. J. (2017). RMACC Forecast Products. Annual Performance Report, Submitted, 3 pp., April 2017.

2016

Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Reinbold, H. J., Fearon, M. G. (2016). A bias corrected WRF mesoscale fire weather dataset for Victoria, Australia 1972-2012, Journal of Southern Hemisphere Earth Systems Science, 66, (3), 281-313
Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Reinbold, H. J., Fearon, M. G. (2016). Fire Weather Climatology Dataset for Victoria - Supplemental Report for Dataset Version 2, 25 pp., Supplemental Report to the Victoria Department of Environment, Water, Land and Planning, June 2016.
Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Reinbold, H. J., Fearon, M. G. (2016). Utilizing hi-resolution gridded fire climate and danger data for risk assessment, Wildland Fire Canada 2016: Building Resilience: Kelowna, BC, Canada, October 24, 2016-October 28, 2016
Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Reinbold, H. J., Fearon, M. G. (2016). Hi-resolution fire weather and climatology from dynamical downscaling. Invited seminar., Invited Seminar, San Jose State University: San Jose, CA, September 27, 2016

2015

Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Fearon, M. G., Reinbold, H. J. (2015). Hi-resolution fire weather and climatology from dynamical downscaling, ICBFR: Alhero, Italy, May 28, 2015
Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Fearon, M. G., Reinbold, H. J. (2015). Hi-resolution fire weather and climatology from dynamical downscaling, American Meteorological Society 11th Fire and Forest Meteorology Symposium: Minneapolis, MN, May 6, 2015
Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Fearon, M. G., Reinbold, H. J. (2015). Hi-resolution fire weather and climatology from dynamical downscaling, Seminar presentation School of Earth Atmosphere and Environment, Faculty of Science, Monash University: Clayton, Victoria, March 27, 2015
Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Fearon, M. G., Reinbold, H. J. (2015). Finally, A 40-year mesoscale gridded fire climatology for Victoria, Project briefing for the Victoria Department of Environment and Primary Industries, April 7, 2015
Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Reinbold, H. J., Fearon, M. G. (2015). Fire Weather Climatolology Dataset for Victoria, Final Project Report to the Victoria Department of Environment, Land and Water Planning: August 2015, 134 pp.
Harris, S., Mills, G., Brown, T. J., Podnar, D., Fearon, M. G., Reinbold, H. J. (2015). Victoria fire weather climatology dataset, Proceedings of the Research Forum at the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC & AFAC conference: Adelaide, Australia, September 1, 2015

2014

Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, H., Podnar, D., Reinbold, H. J., Fearon, M. G. (2014). A hi-resolution 40-year gridded fire weather/danger climatology for Victoria, Australia, VII International Conference on Forest Fire Research: Coimbra, Portugal, November 17, 2014
Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Fearon, M. G., Reinbold, H. J. (2014). Fire weather climatology of Victoria, Invited talk. Project briefing for the Victoria Department of Environment and Primary Industries: Melbourne, VIC, March 24, 2014
Brown, T. J., Mills, G., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Fearon, M. G., Reinbold, H. J. (2014). Fire weather climatology of Victoria, Invited talk. Project briefing for the Victoria Country Fire Authority: Melbourne, VIC, March 25, 2014
Mills, G., Brown, T. J., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Reinbold, H. J. (2014). Modelling the mesoscale fire weather climatology of Victoria, Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society National Conference: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, February 12, 2014

2013

Mills, G., Brown, T. J., Harris, S., Podnar, D., Reinbold, H. J. (2013). A 40-year mesoscale gridded fire weather climatology for Victoria, Proceedings 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation: Adelaide, Australia, December 1, 2013

2005

Reinbold, H. J., Roads, J. O., Brown, T. J. (2005). Evaluation of ECPC's fire danger forecasts with RAWS observations, Int'l J Wildland Fire, 14, 19-36

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