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Jase E. Bernhardt

Assistant Professor of Geology, Environment, and Sustainability


Degrees

PHD, 2016, Pennsylvania State Univ; MS, 2013, Pennsylvania State Univ; BS, 2011, Cornell Univ


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Jase Bernhardt has had a lifelong passion for studying weather and climate, dating to his childhood in Upstate New York. Jase received a B.S. in atmospheric science from Cornell University, where he researched east coast winter storms, and provided weather forecasts for various outlets, including the campus newspaper and school athletic teams.


Jase attended graduate school at Penn State, working in the Department of Geography, with a focus on climatology. He expanded his research interests to include human impacts on climate, historical climatology, and the usage of GIS. Jase's master's thesis dealt with the formation and impacts of jet contrail outbreaks, while his doctoral dissertation analyzed the differences between two temperature averaging methods and related spatial variability. Also while at Penn State, Jase served as a broadcast meteorologist on the Weather World television program, broadcast throughout the state of Pennsylvania.


Jase is excited to join the Department of Geology, Environment and Sustainability, and is developing research and coursework in climatology and meteorology which enhance the existing offerings and faculty expertise. Besides keeping an eye on the sky, Jase is an avid runner and New York Mets fan.



Jase maintains ProjectWX at Hofstra, comprising of three weather stations on Hofstra's campus. More details and a link to the weather stations pages can be found below:




Recent Publications



Bernhardt, J., A.M. Carleton, C. LaMagna. A Comparison of Daily Temperature Averaging Methods: Spatial Variability and Recent Change for the CONUS. Journal of Climate. In press.


Hedberg, R., A. Hesse, D. Baldwin, J. Bernhardt, D. Retchless, J. Shinn, 2016. Preparing Geographers for Interdisciplinary Research: Graduate Training at the Interface of the Natural and Social Sciences. Professional Geographer, 69, 107-116.


Bernhardt, J., 2015. Determining Regional Weather Patterns from a Historical Diary. Weather, Climate, and Society, 7, 295-308.


Bernhardt, J. and A. M. Carleton, 2015. The impacts of long-lived jet contrail ‘outbreaks’ on surface station diurnal temperature range. International Journal of Climatology, 35, 4529-4538.


Carleton, A.M., A.D. Silva, J. Bernhardt, J. VanderBerg, D.J. Travis, 2015. Sub-region scale hindcasting of contrail outbreaks, utilizing their synoptic climatology. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 54, 1733-1755.


Blandford, I., J. Bernhardt, A. Savelyev, G. Wong- Parodi, A. Carleton, D. Titley, A. MacEachren, 2014. Tweeting and Tornadoes. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management. (Refereed proceedings).


Carleton, A.M., A.D. Silva, M.S. Aghazarian, J. Bernhardt, D.J. Travis, and J. Allard, 2013. Mid-season climate diagnostics of jet contrail "outbreaks", and implications for eastern U.S. sky cover trends. Climate Research, 56, 209-230.


Bernhardt, J. and A. T. DeGaetano, 2012. Meteorological factors affecting the speed of movement and related impacts of extratropical cyclones along the U.S. east coast. Natural Hazards, 61, 1463-1472.


Research Interests

Human impacts on climate, environmental history, climatology, climate change, meteorology, GIS applications


Jase's Teaching and Research Summary


Recent Courses Taught

Course Title Level
GEOL 015 (NS) GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE Undergraduate
GEOL 100 DEPT HONORS CANDIDACY: ESSAY Undergraduate
GEOL 151 INDEPENDENT SPECIAL PROJECTS Undergraduate
GEOL 251 READINGS Graduate
GEOL 2015 (NS) GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE Graduate
METR 016 (NS)FNDMNTLS WEATHR & CLIMATE Undergraduate
SBLY 002 (IS) SUSTNBY PLANNING & POLICY Undergraduate
SBLY 105 SEMINAR ON SUSTAINABILITY Undergraduate
SBLY 110 SUSTAINABILITY STUDIO Undergraduate
SBLY 151 READINGS IN SUSTAINABILITY STU Undergraduate
SBLY 180 SUSTAINABILITY INTERNSHIP Undergraduate
SBLY 251 GRAD IND STUDY IN SUSTNABILITY Graduate
SBLY 301 SUSTAINABILITY THESIS Graduate

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