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Argonne National Laboratory

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Climate Risk and Resilience Studies

Argonne National Laboratory is a U.S. Department of Energy research center that is home to more than 1,600 world-class scientists and engineers who work in a range of disciplines.

Argonne is a leader in next-generation climate science and modeling and in combining these capabilities with a vast array of scientific and engineering expertise to inform decisions and enable action.

To learn more, contact partners@​anl.​gov.

MEET OUR PEOPLE

Rao Kotamarthi

Chief Scientist/Department Head, Atmospheric Science and Climate Research

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Thomas A. Wall

Program Lead, Engineering & Applied Resilience

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David K. Brannegan

Division Director

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Cristina Negri

Division Director

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Rudyard W. Sadleir

Business Development Executive

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Jiali Wang

Atmospheric & Earth Science 2

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Yan Feng

Principal Atmospheric and Climate Scientist

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Ryan Sullivan

Assistant Atmospheric Scientist

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Beth A. Drewniak

Earth Scientist

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Eugene Y Yan

Department Head

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John Quinn

Principal Hydrogeology Specialist

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William Pringle

Geophysical Scientist

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Duane R. Verner

Manager, Resilience Assessment Group

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John R. Hummel

Program Lead, Integrated Resiliency Analysis

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Stephen M. Folga

Manager, Infrastructure Systems Modeling

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Leslie-Anne Levy

Deputy Division Director/Infrastructure Security & Risk Analytics Group Lead

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Kyle Burke Pfeiffer

Director, National Preparedness Analytics Center

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Leah E. Talaber

Principal Infrastructure Analyst

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Mary E. Finster

Environmental Health Systems Scientist

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