Meet HRD scientist Rob Rogers – Hurricane Research Division


Meet Rob Rogers, Lead Meteorologist of AOML’s Hurricane Research Division Observations Team. 

Rob Rogers aboard a Hurricane Hunter aircraft. 
Image credit: Rob Rogers/AOML/NOAA

Rob researches the physical processes underlying tropical cyclone structure and intensity change using airborne observations and numerical models. He is one of many scientists who fly aboard NOAA’s Hurricane Hunter aircraft to support AOML’s research goals. 

In his free time, Rob enjoys staying active, playing tennis, cycling and exercising at the gym. His goal is to visit and bike through the great wine-growing regions of the world – France, Italy, California, Argentina, South Africa, Australia. He’s knocked out two of those places on his list so far! 

Adapted from AOML’s Instagram page.




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