Greta Miller

Academic Profile

  • MS, Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
  • BSE, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University

Current Research

My PhD research focuses on machine learning of atmospheric convection, to improve the representation of rain in climate models.



Spatial patterns of snow distribution in the sub-Arctic

KE Bennett, G Miller, R Busey, M Chen, ER Lathrop, JB Dann, M Nutt, ...

The Cryosphere 16 (8), 3269-3293

Future water resource shifts in the high desert Southwest of Northern New Mexico, USA

KE Bennett, G Miller, C Talsma, A Jonko, A Bruggeman, A Atchley, ...

Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 28, 100678

Ecohydrology of epiphytes: Modelling water balance, CAM photosynthesis, and their climate impacts

G Miller, S Hartzell, A Porporato

Ecohydrology 14 (3), e2275

End-of-Winter Snow Depth, Temperature, Density, and SWE Measurements at Teller Road Site, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, 2019

K Bennett, R Bolton, B Busey, E Lathrop, J Dann, G Miller, M Nutt, ...

Next Generation Ecosystems Experiment-Arctic, Oak Ridge National Laboratory …

Machine Learning for Stochastic Parametrisation

HM Christensen, S Kouhen, G Miller, R Parthipan

arXiv preprint arXiv:2402.09471

Probabilistic machine learning for predicting atmospheric convection initiation

G Miller, H Christensen, P Stier

Modeling the Hydrologic Balance of Epiphytes: Towards an Improvement of Evapotranspiration Estimates in Rainforests

G Miller