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Kenneth Kehoe

Research Associate III

Kenneth works with the Department of Energy ARM program in the Data Quality Office. He is responsible for monitoring and documenting issues with the data collected and tracking the problem through the problem resolution process. Kenneth works with others in the Data Quality Office to design and implement automated algorithms for detection of incorrect or suspect data, improvements to databases and software development for tracking known problems with the data, implementation and enforcement of standard data formats for data dissemination specifically ARM data standards with netCDF data formats that incorporate Climate and Forecast and CF-Radial data products, and uncertainty of measurements and the process of disseminating the estimates.

Education

Master of Atmospheric Science from University of Arizona, August 2002

Bachelor of Science; major Physics, minor Mathematics, from University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, December 1999

Experience

Research Associate, Norman, Oklahoma, May 2004 to present, University of Oklahoma Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program (ARM) Data Quality Office

Research Associate, Tucson, Arizona, Oct. 2002 to Dec. 2003, Vaisala GAI Inc. National Lightning Detection Network R&D and University of Arizona Institute of Atmospheric Physics

Research Team(s):

ARM Program Data Quality Office