- Ph.D., University of Arizona, 2018
- B.S. Environmental Studies + Mathematics, University of Cincinnati, 2011
- B.A. Secondary Education, University of Cincinnati, 2007
"My previous research focused on regional sea level rise, Antarctic shelf water warming, and West Antarctic precipitation using global climate models. At IU, I am using a mesoscale numerical weather prediction model (WRF) to understand the impact of marine sky brightening on radiative forcing and on regional to global weather and climate."
Before coming to IU, Paul used a combination of global climate model data and observations to research recent past, present, and future ocean circulation, ocean temperature, and atmospheric dynamics as they relate to global and regional sea level rise and climate change.