Brett Chrisler

Ph.D. Student, Atmospheric Science
Primary office:
Lindley Hall
University of Kansas
1475 Jayhawk Blvd
Lawrence, KS 66045



Dr. Justin Stachnik

Educational Background:

M.S. Atmospheric Science, University of Kansas 

B.S. Physics. Fort Hays State University - Hays, Kansas, 2017

Research Interests: 

Large-scale energetics and wave-interaction related to MJO decay.

Honors and Awards:

Virginia Tech SuperDARN (Dual Auroral Radar Network) Intern - Fort Hays State University Radar Site

Physics Research Experience for Undergraduates - Kansas State University (2015)

Harry A. Zinszer Physics Scholarship

Sigma Pi Sigma Member

NASA Research Scholarship

Paul and Virginia Miller Scholarship

Dane G. Hansen Scholarship

Dean's Honor Roll - Fort Hays State University (10 semesters)


[2] Chrisler B., and Stachnik J. P., 2021: The Moist Entropy Budget of Terminating Madden-Juilian Oscillation Events. J. Climate.
[1] Stachnik, J. P., and B. Chrisler, 2019: An Index Intercomparison for MJO Event Termination. J. Geophys. Re. 

2019 GPRM-AAG Annual Meeting