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Wiensz, Truitt

Truitt Wiensz

Truitt Wiensz is currently a PhD candidate in atmospheric physics at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, where he also teaches undergraduate physics on a part-time basis. His thesis work involves modeling the scattering of sunlight from ice crystals to infer the properties of cirrus clouds from satellite observations. He is also involved in teaching at his church.