Brian Hornbuckle is a professor in the Departments of Agronomy, Geological and Atmospheric Sciences, and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University. He is also the Director of Graduate Education for the Agricultural Meteorology Graduate Major, a member of the Environmental Science Graduate Major, and his department’s representative on the Iowa State University Faculty Senate. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in environmental physics and conducts research on satellite remote sensing of Earth’s land surface with an emphasis on observing water stored in plants and soil. Brian has been at Iowa State since 2003. He earned an ScB in electrical engineering from Brown University, an MA in secondary education from the University of Mississippi, and an MSE and PhD in electrical engineering and atmospheric science from the University of Michigan. Brian and his wife Jalene live in Nevada, IA, and have three adult children.
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