Zach Sullivan came to CHNGES via Goodlettsville, TN. In an effort to combine is geology background with love of meteorology, his graduate research focused on the interaction between karst geomorphology and its relationship to meteorological phenomenon. Specifically, he investigated if and how karst geomorphology could influence local weather patterns. For CHNGES, Zach was an integral member of our field and data processing teams. Now, Zach is an adjunct professor at Austin Peay State University where he is using his expertise to teach a variety of courses including, Physical Geology, Historical Geology, Our Dynamic Planet, Introduction to Earth Science, and Geography of the Americas, Europe, and Australia. Our avid music lover who plays 3 instruments (guitar, saxophone, and piano), loves concerts, and knows all the Music City hot spots to see a local indie band or country act is missed. Contact Zach at: firstname.lastname@example.org.