Post-Doc Research Associate
Ph.D. Atmospheric Science, University of Houston
Dr. Caicedo obtained a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Houston where her research was based upon the retrieval of the planetary boundary layer height, coastal boundary layer evolution and climatology, and the evaluation of observed and simulated boundary layer dynamics in urban-coastal environments using remote sensing methods. Dr. Caicedo joins the Atmospheric Lidar Group at UMBC JCET to work on planetary boundary layer height retrieval methodology, boundary layer meteorology, air quality and atmospheric chemistry.
Her research interests include atmospheric remote sensing, planetary boundary-layer dynamics, regional numerical weather prediction, air quality modeling, bay/sea-breeze effects on planetary boundary layer and air quality.
Caicedo, V., Rappenglueck, B., Lefer, B., Toledo, R., Delgado, R. (2017). Comparison of aerosol LIDAR retrieval methods for boundary layer height detection using ceilometer backscatter data (vol. 10, pp. 1609–1622). Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. www.atmos-meas-tech.net/10/1609/2017/
2019). Bay and sea‐breeze circulations impacts on the planetary boundary layer and air quality from an observed and modeled DISCOVER‐AQ Texas case study. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 124. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JD030523, , , , , , et al (