Professor, Chair of Geography and Environmental Resources
Dr. Schoof's research interests include climate variability and change, synoptic climatology, and statistical climatology.
PhD, Geography (Atmospheric Science), Indiana University, 2004
MS, Geography (Atmospheric Science), Indiana University, 1999
BA, Geography (Atmospheric Science) / Mathematics, Indiana University, 1997
Selection of Courses Taught
- GEOG 330: Meteorology
- GEOG 412: Applied Geographic Statistics
- GEOG 431: Climatology
Schoof JT (2015). High resolution projections of 21st century daily precipitation for the contiguous USA. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, doi:10.1002/2014JD022376.
Schoof JT, *Heern ZA, Therrell MD, Remo JWF (2014) Assessing trends in lower tropospheric heat content in the Central USA using equivalent temperature. International Journal of Climatology, doi: 101002/joc.4175.
Schoof JT, Pryor SC. (2014) Assessing the fidelity of AOGCM-simulated relationships between large-scale modes of climate variability and wind speeds. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 119, doi:10.1002/2014JD021601.
Schoof JT (2013) Statistical downscaling in climatology (invited review article). Geography Compass, 7, 249-265.
“Collaborative Research: Physical drivers of equivalent temperature variability”, National Science Foundation, $158,254, PI: Justin Schoof
“Climate change, hydrology, and landscapes of America’s heartland: a multi-scale natural-human system”, National Science Foundation, $1,430,000, PI: Silvia Secchi, co-PI: Justin Schoof