Research at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Balling, Robert C. Jr., and Mark L. Hildebrandt 2000: Evaluation of the linkage between
Schumann Resonance peak frequency values and global and regional temperatures,
Clim Res, 16, 31-36.
Hildebrandt, Mark L. 2000: A Climatological Analysis of Lower Atmospheric Ozone
Transport Across Phoenix, Arizona, Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography
Conferences, 23, 145-153.
Ellis, Andrew W., Mark L. Hildebrandt, Wendy M.Thomas, and H.J.S. Fernando 2000:
Analysis of the climatic mechanisms contributing to the summertime transport of
lower atmospheric ozone within metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, USA, Clim Res,
Ellis Andrew W., Mark L. Hildebrandt, and H.J.S. Fernando 1999: Evidence of lower
atmospheric ozone "sloshing" in an urbanized valley, Phys Geog, 20, 520-536.
Balling, Robert C., Jr., Jeffrey M. Klopatek, Mark L. Hildebrandt, Cherie K. Moritz, and
Christopher J. Watts 1998: Impacts of Land Degradation on Historical Temperature
Records from the Sonoran Desert, Climatic Change, 40, 669-681.
Balling, Robert C., Jr., Mark L. Hildebrandt, Jeffrey M. Klopatek, Cherie K. Moritz, and
Christopher J. Watts. 1997: Impacts of Land Degradation on the Temperature Records of
Northwest Sonora, Proceedings of the American Meteorological Society's 10th Conference
on Applied Climatology, 248-252.
Hildebrandt, Mark L. 1997: Changing Land Use Patterns Along the USA-Mexican Border:
Effects on Climate Feedbacks, Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the
Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, 32.
2000: “La Niña, “ Dictionary of Physical Geography, 3rd Edition. Thomas, D., and A. Goudie,
eds. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
2000: “El Niño, “ Dictionary of Physical Geography, 3rd Edition. Thomas, D., and A. Goudie, eds.
Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
Other Miscellaneous Publications
Hildebrandt, Mark L., and Robert C. Balling, Jr. 1998: Climate Variability at the World's Windiest
Weather Station, Windswept: The Quarterly Bulletin of the Mount Washington Observatory,
39 (4), 34-40.
Hildebrandt, Mark L. 1995: The Observatory's Snow Record, Windswept: The Quarterly Bulletin
of the Mount Washington Observatory, 46 (1), 24-26.
Hildebrandt, Mark L. 1993: How Normal Are the Normals? Mount Washington Observatory News
Bulletin, 44 (3), 86-87.
Please see Curriculum Vitae
2001: Funded University Research, “An Assessment of Diurnal Air Pollution
Transport Across Kathmandu,” monies for research assistant (funded).
2001: Excellence in Undergraduate Education, “Proposal to Develop and
Procure Equipment for a ‘Snow and Ice Processes’ Field Course,”
2001: [with L.M Snell, W. Weiler, and W. Snell], Excellence in Undergraduate
Education, “Proposal to Develop Laboratory Experiments in Geography,
Education, and Construction Courses,” $9,075 (not funded).
2001: [with C. Santanello, L. Laine-Timmerman, and S. Morgan], Excellence
in Undergraduate Education, “Enlivening Teaching: Using Discipline-Based
Cases to Improve Learning and Teaching” $ 3,860 (funded).
2000: Institute for Urban Research, “Ozone Exceedances in Metro East,”
2000: Excellence in Undergraduate Education, “Proposal to Establish a Cooperative
Weather Station on Campus,” $8,729 (funded).
2000: Excellence in Undergraduate Education, “Proposal to Demonstrate Meteorological
and Climatological Processes to Geography Students,” $4,447 (not funded).
2000: Funded University Research, “Spatial Considerations in Understanding Lower
Atmospheric Ozone Transport Across Metropolitan St. Louis, $1,785, Graduate School
1999: Summer Research Fellowship, “The Synoptic Climatology Associated with Lower
Atmospheric Ozone Exceedances in Metropolitan St. Louis,” $6,000, Summer 2000
1999: Research and Development, Faculty Development Fund for Travel to Augment
Dissemination of Results of Research; $870 (funded).
1999: Faculty Development Fund ($376.50; $200 Department, $176.50 College of Arts and
Sciences), September (funded).
2000: [with L.M Snell, W. Weiler, and W. Snell], Environmental Benefits of Concrete:
Development of Laboratory Experiments for High School Physics and Earth Science
Courses, American Concrete Pavement Association, $20,000 (pending).
2000: [with A.W. Ellis, A.J. Brazel, H.J.S. Fernando, and A. Grundstein], Cold Boundary
Layer Dynamics: Turbulent Energy Transfer Over Snow, National Science Foundation,
$ 326,742 (SIUE: $ 85,288; not funded).
1999: [with M.J. Starr] Assess Weather Data in Striptrial Fields, Monsanto Corporation,
$19,000 (not funded).
1998: A Study of the Meteorological and Chemical Processes That Cause Exceeded Pollution
Levels in the Phoenix Area During the Summer, Cyprus-Amax Minerals Company, $3640
1998: (with Robert C. Balling, Jr.) Evaluation of Schumann Resonance as an Additional
Method for Accurately Measuring Global Temperatures, Exxon Corporation, $50,000
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Research Fellow, Institute of Urban Research, 2001
Summer Research Fellowship, 2000
Honorary Member, Gamma Theta Upsilon, 2000
Arizona State University
Edna Bailey Sussman Trust Fellowship, 1998
ASU Forecasting Hall of Fame, 1997
Graduate Academic Scholarship, 1996
Graduate Tuition Scholarship, 1995-96
Kent State University
Mount Washington Observatory Scholarship, 1995
APCO Conservation Service Award, 1991
John Allan Clark Service Award, 1991
Geography Major Award (4.0 GPA), 1991
Golden Key National Honor Society
Dean’s List, 1989-91
President's List (4.0 GPA), 1989