The New Hampshire State Climate Office is an

Association of American State Climatologists (AASC)

Recognized State Climate Office (ARSCO)




CV (updated May 2013)

Mary Stampone is the New Hampshire State Climatologist and an Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of New Hampshire. She teaches physical geography including courses on weather, climate, natural hazards and geomorphology.


Her research interests include climate dynamics and physical climatology with a focus on climate system monitoring and modeling and is engaged in citizent science and climate literacy programs. She has received funding from the NASA Space Grant Program and is a participant in NSF funded research. Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and regularly presents her research a national geography and meteorological conferences.


University of New Hampshire Faculty Appointments:

Assistant Professor, Department of Geography

Affliate Assistant Professor, Department of Earth Sciences

Faculty, Environmental Sciences Program


Professional Memberships:

Trustee, Mount Washington Observatory

Executive Board Member, New England-St Lawrence Valley (NESTVAL) Geographical Society

Member, Association of American State Climatologists (AASC)

Member, American Meteorological Society (AMS)

Member, American Geophysical Union (AGU)