Department of Geography
David M. Brommer, Ph. D.Assistant Professor
Education:Ph.D. Arizona State University
M.A. Arizona State University
B.S. Mississippi State University
Research Interests:Dr. Brommer's research interests are in precipitation variability and human‐climate interactions, and severe weather hazards. His research in precipitation variability has been published in Geophysical Research Letters, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, and Atmospheric Environment. His work on human‐climate interactions and severe weather hazards has been published in the Bulletin
of the American Meteorological Society, Natural Hazards, The Southeastern Geographer, and Geography Compass.
Selected Publications and Research Contributions:
Brommer, D.M., 2012: Reconsidering duration in assessing the character of precipitation. Accepted in Geography Compass.
Thompson, C., D.M. Brommer, and K. Sherman-Morris, 2012: Spatio-temporal factors affecting the decision to include pets in the hurricane evacuation process. Accepted in The Southeastern Geographer.
Senkbeil, J.C., D.M. Brommer, I.J. Comstock, and T. Lloyd, 2011: Hydrometeorological application of an extratropical cyclone classification scheme in the southeastern United States. Theoretical and Applied Climatology.
Balling, R.C., Jr., K. DiBiasse, M.B. Pace, R.S. Cerveny, and D.M. Brommer, 2011: Long-term precipitation trend as a function of isentropic variability. Atmospheric Environment, 45(32): 5822-5827.
Senkbeil, J.C, D.M. Brommer, and I.J. Comstock, 2011: Tropical cyclone hazards in the USA. Geography Compass, 5(8):544-563.
Gutter, B.F.*, and D.M. Brommer, 2011: Assessing the microclimate of Bryant-Denny Stadium. Journal of Science and Health at the University of Alabama (JOSHUA), 7.
Brommer, D.M., and J.C. Senkbeil, 2010: Pre-landfall evacuee perception of the meteorological hazards associated with Hurricane Gustav. Natural Hazards 55(2): 353-369.
Senkbeil, J.C., D.M. Brommer, P.G.Dixon, M.E. Brown, and K. Sherman-Morris, 2009: The perceived landfall location of evacuees from Hurricane Gustav:Natural Hazards, 54(1):141-158.
Davis, L. and D.M. Brommer, 2009: Observations of Environmental Change in Cuba. Submitted to Southeastern Geographer, 49 (1) 84-93.
Brommer, D.M., R.S. Cerveny, and R.C. Balling, Jr., 2007: Characteristics of long-duration precipitation events across the United States, Geophysical Research Letters, 34, L22712.
Courses:GE 102 - World Regional Geography GE 111 - Principles of Physical Geography I: Weather and Climate
GE 330 - Meteorology GE 331 - Climatology GE 404/504 - Environmental Hazards
GE 497/597 - Applied Climatology