Todd W. Moore is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Planning at Towson University. He earned his Ph.D. in Environmental Geography from Texas State University-San Marcos where he taught courses and labs in Physical Geography, Quantitative Methods in Geography, Climatology, and Meteorology. While at Texas State, his research broadly focused on severe weather hazards and climate change in the Central Texas region and the contiguous United States.
Todd joined the faculty at Towson University in the fall of 2013 to teach courses in Physical Geography, Climatology, and Meteorology. His current research is focused on tornado outbreaks produced by landfalling tropical cyclones. In the future, he plans to continue his research on tropical cyclone tornadoes and to expand his focus to include the severe weather hazards and climate changes that impact the Mid-Atlantic region.