Emeritus Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Hawaii
Kevin Hamilton is an Emeritus Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Hawaii and has spent a career of over four decades studying and teaching about Earth's atmospheric sciences. His research primarily focuses on the general circulation of Earth's atmosphere, stratospheric meteorology, dynamics of planetary atmospheres, climate variability, climate change and the history of the atmospheric sciences. Kevin holds a bachelor's degree in physics from Queen's University in Ontario, Canada, and a master's degree in physics from McMaster University in Ontario and a Ph.D. in geophysical fluid dynamics from Princeton University in New Jersey. You can find his latest analysis on atmospheric science at his page on The Conversation.