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Robert Davies is a Utah-trained physicist and educator. Arriving at Utah State University in 1991, Rob studied upper atmospheric physics and electrical interactions between spacecraft and the near-Earth space environment. He has worked for NASA as a U.S.-Russian scientific liaison on the International Space Station project; as project scientist for USU’s Space Dynamics Laboratory; an officer and meteorologist in the United States Air Force; and taught on the faculty of three universities. He has published work in the fields of spacecraft-environment interactions, quantum optics and climate. Rob has been with the Utah Climate Center since 2009. He lives in Logan and skis the Bear River Range, in a perpetual search for the perfect turn...