Brooke Odstrchel

Earth System Modeler

4840 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Brooke Odstrchel is a CIGLR Earth System Modeler working with Dmitry Beletsky (CIGLR), Dan Titze (NOAA GLERL) and Jesse Feyen (NOAA GLERL) on development, testing, and deployment of coupled integrated earth system models, in particular the development of a real-time, three-dimensional circulation and flood forecast modeling system in the Great Lakes. Currently, their team is focused on flood forecast modeling for Lake Ontario. Brooke is currently finishing up her Master’s degree in Climate, Space Sciences, and Engineering at the University of Michigan and looks forward to working with everyone at CIGLR and GLERL!

  • M.S. Climate, Space Sciences & Engineering, University of Michigan, 2023
  • B.S. Atmospheric Science and Mathematics Minor, University at Albany, State University of New York, 2021
Research Interest/Area of Expertise:
  • Weather and Climate
  • Environmental & Climate Modeling & Forecasting
  • Mathematics
  • Remote Sensing
  • Physical Oceanography


Northeastern Storm Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, March 2020. Brooke Odstrchel, “The 31 October 2019 Halloween Adirondack Flood Storm with Comparisons to 16 November, 2006” Poster

American Meteorological Society, New Orleans, LA, January 2021. Brooke Odstrchel, “Analyzing the Tracks for near-Taiwan Tropical Cyclones Under Changing Climate” Poster

Asia Oceanographic Geosciences Society, Singapore, Singapore, August 2021. Brooke Odstrchel, “Characterization of the Tracks for near-Taiwan Tropical Cyclones Under Changing Climate” Oral Presentation