Staff Notes Daily Calendar Events

Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 1:30pm, Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - 1:30pm, Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 1:30pm

The HAO Director Search Committee invites NCAR and UCAR staff to attend a series of presentations given by three candidates for the position. The candidates will each give a 45-minute presentation, and will conduct a 30-minute Q&A session with the audience afterward. The events will be webcast live from the FL2 Small Seminar Room (Room 1001) starting at 1:30 PM MDT (http://www.fin.ucar.edu/it/mms/fl2-live.htm) on the following days and will also be recorded for later viewing:

September 16 - 1:30 PM MDT: Dr. Stanley Solomon (HAO)

Solar Variability and Anthropogenic Change in the Upper Atmosphere

September 17 - 1:30 PM MDT: Dr. Sarah Gibson (HAO)

Magnetism Across Time and Space: Seeking the Spheres to Connect Them

September 18 - 1:30 PM MDT: Dr. Scott McIntosh (HAO)

The Sun-Earth Connection: New Pathways to Bridging the Ninety-Three Million Mile Gap

Presenter(s):
Stanley Solomon, Sarah Gibson, Scott McIntosh
Type of event:
No event type category
Building:
FL2
Room:
1001 Small Seminar Room

Posted by Whitney Robinson (wrobs@ucar.edu) at x8713
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, HAO
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 3: Observations: Oceans

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
Mike Alexander
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 3:30pm

Zooplankton is a key player in the ocean ecosystem. Its feeding activity regulates primary production, faecal pellet and dead body participate in export flux, and they are the main link between primary production and higher trophic level. Unfortunately in ecosystem model, zooplankton is quite often a glorified mortality term used to obtain the proper primary production, export and carbon budget. Current representation also miss the variability existing in zooplankton in term of rates but also behavior, by separating them based on size in order to regulate particulate matter flux.

In this presentation, after a short overview of zooplankton (groups and behavior) we'll explore possible ways to improve on the existing zooplankton representation. This will be done in terms of approach: is size the only variable to separate groups? As well as with example taken from ongoing work using prey quality (variable C:N and C:P) as a variable in the predator-prey dynamics, and its impact on various aspect of the pelagic system: e.g. timing of primary production and nutrient recycling.

Presenter(s):
Sevrine Sailley
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Main Seminar Room

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, CGD
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 1:30pm, Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - 1:30pm, Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 1:30pm

The HAO Director Search Committee invites NCAR and UCAR staff to attend a series of presentations given by three candidates for the position. The candidates will each give a 45-minute presentation, and will conduct a 30-minute Q&A session with the audience afterward. The events will be webcast live from the FL2 Small Seminar Room (Room 1001) starting at 1:30 PM MDT (http://www.fin.ucar.edu/it/mms/fl2-live.htm) on the following days and will also be recorded for later viewing:

September 16 - 1:30 PM MDT: Dr. Stanley Solomon (HAO)

Solar Variability and Anthropogenic Change in the Upper Atmosphere

September 17 - 1:30 PM MDT: Dr. Sarah Gibson (HAO)

Magnetism Across Time and Space: Seeking the Spheres to Connect Them

September 18 - 1:30 PM MDT: Dr. Scott McIntosh (HAO)

The Sun-Earth Connection: New Pathways to Bridging the Ninety-Three Million Mile Gap

Presenter(s):
Stanley Solomon, Sarah Gibson, Scott McIntosh
Type of event:
No event type category
Building:
FL2
Room:
1001 Small Seminar Room

Posted by Whitney Robinson (wrobs@ucar.edu) at x8713
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, HAO
Affiliation or organization:
Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 10:30am

Date:    September 18, 2014
Time:    10:30am
Place:    FL2 Room 1001

Peter M. Blasco, Jose Palacios, and Sven Schmitz
Department of Aerospace Engineering
The Pennsylvania State University

Wind energy is the fastest growing form of renewable energy. One of the many challenges wind energy faces in today’s competitive energy market is due to performance losses associated with atmospheric icing events that are commonly experienced by wind turbines in the Northern United States. It is therefore imperative to develop accurate prediction methods that determine the power losses due to atmospheric icing events. Representative icing conditions can be generated at the Penn State Adverse Environment Rotor Test Stand (AERTS). A technique has been developed where the actual ice shapes can be molded and preserved for subsequent wind-tunnel testing. In collaboration with NCAR and Xcel Energy, the Penn State team has performed scaled ice accretion experiments in the AERTS facility representative of spanwise flow conditions along a notional 1.5-MW wind turbine blade. Wind-tunnel measurements of lift and drag of various iced airfoil shapes were performed and used to estimate the total power losses due to turbine icing for selected atmospheric icing conditions. This seminar highlights the ice accretion experiments and wind-tunnel tests performed at Penn State and discusses some of the implications that the results suggest for predicting performance losses due to icing as well as alleviating the former by means of advanced turbine controls.

Peter M. Blasco  -  Peter is a 2nd-year M.S. student in Aerospace Engineering at Penn State where he also completed his B.S. in 2013. Peter’s thesis research focuses on wind turbine icing where he is conducting scaled ice accretion experiments and wind-tunnel tests. Furthermore, Peter is thinking of novel ways for advanced turbine controls that can mitigate the adverse effects associated with turbine icing. In his spare time, he likes to hike, camp, rock climb, snowboard, and do plenty of other outdoor activities. He also enjoys to design, build, and fly radio-controlled aircraft and rotorcraft.

Dr. Jose Palacios  -  Dr. Jose Palacios joined the faculty of Aerospace Engineering at Penn State University in August 2013. Jose received his bachelor, MS and PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the same department and school. He spent 5 years as a post-doctoral researcher at the Penn State Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence (VLRCOE). During that time, his main research focus has been aircraft and wind turbine icing. Jose has developed testing capabilities to investigate icing physics and methods to prevent ice accretion. The construction of an Adverse Environment Rotor Test Stand (AERTS) and an upcoming Ice Crystal Wind Tunnel have helped secure funds for on-going research in the field of rotorcraft icing physics, engine icing, de-icing systems, and ice protective coatings.

Dr. Sven Schmitz  -  Dr. Sven Schmitz joined the faculty of Aerospace Engineering at Penn State University in 2010. He received a diploma degree in Aerospace Engineering from RWTH Aachen (Germany) in 2002 and a Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering from the University of California Davis in 2006. Sven spent four years as a post-doctoral researcher and project scientist at Davis before coming to Penn State. He is an expert in rotary wing aerodynamics with an emphasis on vortical flows. His growing research program embraces the areas of wind turbine aerodynamics and rotorcraft aeromechanics. Current activities include wind farm wake modeling, icing on wind turbines, rotor hub flows, and rotor active control.

This seminar will be Webcast - Webcast link
http://www.fin.ucar.edu/it/mms/fl-live.htm

Presenter(s):
Peter M. Blasco, Jose Palacios, and Sven Schmitz
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
FL2
Room:
1001

Posted by Marybeth Zarlingo (zarlingo@ucar.edu) at x2751
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, RAL
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 1:30pm, Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - 1:30pm, Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 1:30pm

The HAO Director Search Committee invites NCAR and UCAR staff to attend a series of presentations given by three candidates for the position. The candidates will each give a 45-minute presentation, and will conduct a 30-minute Q&A session with the audience afterward. The events will be webcast live from the FL2 Small Seminar Room (Room 1001) starting at 1:30 PM MDT (http://www.fin.ucar.edu/it/mms/fl2-live.htm) on the following days and will also be recorded for later viewing:

September 16 - 1:30 PM MDT: Dr. Stanley Solomon (HAO)

Solar Variability and Anthropogenic Change in the Upper Atmosphere

September 17 - 1:30 PM MDT: Dr. Sarah Gibson (HAO)

Magnetism Across Time and Space: Seeking the Spheres to Connect Them

September 18 - 1:30 PM MDT: Dr. Scott McIntosh (HAO)

The Sun-Earth Connection: New Pathways to Bridging the Ninety-Three Million Mile Gap

Presenter(s):
Stanley Solomon, Sarah Gibson, Scott McIntosh
Type of event:
No event type category
Building:
FL2
Room:
1001 Small Seminar Room

Posted by Whitney Robinson (wrobs@ucar.edu) at x8713
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, HAO
Affiliation or organization:
Monday, September 22, 2014 - 2:00pm

Hydrology is the science of water: in the ground, running over the ground, and in the air. Like any fluid, the flow of water in its various forms, is heavily dependent on statistics, and I was extraordinarily lucky to have made the acquaintance of NCAR senior scientist Rick Katz very early in my career. I will present a brief overview of our joint research, which spans two and a half decades, three continents, and five institutions:  In North America, we studied rainfall patterns in California and Colorado. In Europe, we concentrated on the Alps, analyzing spatial turbulence measurements taken over the Plaine Morte glacier in the context of studying sub-grid scale processes for Large Eddy Simulation, as well as the hydrology of the Val Ferret watershed and new ideas of river discharge measurement.  From there we moved to the hydrology of West Africa (Burkina Faso) and the dynamics controlling the diurnal discharge patterns of ephemeral streams. The success of our shared scientific endeavor is thanks to an enduring friendship based on a mutual love of the environment, the outdoors, and running. We have been fortunate to pursue our scientific and athletic interests in some of the world’s most beautiful places, and we pass this on to the next generation of hydrologists as a model of cross-disciplinary collaboration

Presenter(s):
Marc Parlange
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Main Seminar Room

Posted by Carolyn Mueller (cmueller@ucar.edu) at x2491
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, CISL, IMAGe
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 11:00am

With growing interest in extracting renewable forms of energy, marine hydrokinetic energy from waves, tides, and ocean currents is increasing in favor. Tidal energy conversation is of particular interest in the Puget Sound, WA where narrow channels and large tidal ranges have the ability to produce more than 0.6 terawatt-hours per year of extractable power. However, a better understanding of the marine environment is necessary to make further progress in research and development of these new technologies. Turbulence, in particular, is both extremely impactful and difficult to observe and predict. Observations are crucial for understanding the turbulent environments that prospective turbines will encounter, but limited observing capabilities require additional information from numerical models. First, data from an acoustic Doppler velocimeter are used to perform a detailed characterization of the turbulent flow at Nodule Point in the Puget Sound, including anisotropy, intermittency, and coherence. Beyond the limited single-point observations, two foundationally different numerical models are analyzed for their ability to create realistic tidal turbulence. A stochastic turbulence generator, NREL’s HydroTurbSim, and large-eddy simulations (solving the wind-, wave-, and tidally-forced, wave-averaged Boussinesq equations) are compared to the observations from Nodule Point, focusing on anisotropy and coherence to physically characterize the turbulent features of the tidal strait.

Presenter(s):
Katherine McCaffrey
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Main Seminar Room

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, NESL, CGD
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 5:  Information from Paleoclimate Archives

Presenter(s):
Bette Otto-Bliesner
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Affiliation or organization:
Monday, September 29, 2014 - 2:00pm

Dynamics and predictability of atmospheric low-frequency variability (LFV) are examined in the framework of a low-dimensional stochastic differential equation on the phase space spanned by leading empirical orthogonal function modes of atmospheric LFV.  A solution of the linearized equation of non-stationary fluctuation-dissipation relation (FDR) based on the deterministic drift vector and the stochastic diffusion tensor estimated from a reanalysis dataset developed in this study mostly corresponds to the 1-month ensemble prediction operationally conducted by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) projected onto the phase space. Another example of Lorenz model or Rossler chaos model will be shown.

Presenter(s):
Masaru Inatsu, Naoto Nakano & Hitoshi Mukougawa
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Damon room

Posted by Michelle McCambridge (mmccamb@ucar.edu) at x1741
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, CGD
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 11:00am

Stratospheric water vapor and tropical cirrus clouds are controlled by temperatures near the cold point tropical tropopause, but tropopause variability is poorly understood from both theory and observations. We examine the behavior of tropical temperatures based on high quality, high vertical resolution GPS temperature measurements covering 2001-2013, with focus on behavior of the tropopause region and coupling with the upper troposphere and stratosphere. Tropical stratospheric temperatures exhibit two dominant modes of variability, a ‘deep stratosphere mode’ tied to high latitude planetary wave forcing, and a shallow ‘near tropopause mode’ closely linked to upwelling near the tropopause. These data provide further evidence of distinct upper and lower branches of the stratospheric Brewer-Dobson circulation. Temperatures in the lower stratosphere are most strongly coupled to the upper troposphere on time scales of ~30-60 days, associated with the Madden-Julian oscillation. Enhanced temperature variance near the tropopause is linked with the long radiative relaxation time scales in the lower stratosphere, which makes this region especially sensitive to low frequency forcing. 

Presenter(s):
Bill Randel
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Main Seminar Room

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, NESL, CGD
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 12:00pm

Classical techniques for spatial interpolation have relied on the specification a stationary/isotropic covariance model for the characterization of spatial coherence. However, there is much interest in the development of more flexible methodologies capable of approximating the complex, nonstationary spatial dependence which often manifests itself in geophysical (and other) processes. Current techniques for achieving this have focused on either geometric deformations of the spatial domain or the construction of spatially varying covariance models. We present an alternative approach in which covariance is not directly modeled. Rather, dependence structure is learned via the construction of a multiresolution Bayesian spatial clustering process. Induced covariance is then naturally data-driven, nonstationary, and anisotropic. Example applications for several geostatistical problems will be presented.

Presenter(s):
Zachard Thomas
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Chapman Room

Posted by Carolyn Mueller (cmueller@ucar.edu) at x2491
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, CISL, IMAGe
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 11:  Near Term Climate Change

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
Marika Holland
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, CGD
Affiliation or organization:
Thursday, October 9, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 6: Carbon and other Biogeochemical Cycles

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
Pieter Tans
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 - 9:00am

October 14, 2014
9:00-11:30 am
FL2-1003 
Administered by Passport Health
Walk-In Clinic - No registration required

FREE seasonal flu vaccination shots to eligible participants.  Nasal FluMist available upon request and co-payment of $19/pp.  Open to UCAR staff/visitors/retirees, their spouses/partners and dependent children 18-26 years of age.  More information @ UCAR Flu Vaccination Program website

UCAR Onsite Vaccination Clinic Schedule
FL - October 14, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, FL2-1003
NWSC - October 21, 2014, 10:00-11:30, NWSC Conf Room
CG - October 28, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, CG1-2126
RAF/Jeffco - November 4, 2014, 10:00-11:30 am, RAF/Jeff Conf Room
ML - November 13, 2014, 9:00-11:30, ML-Damon

Here's to your good health.  Sponsored by your friends on the Wellness Advisory Committee (WAC).

Presenter(s):
Passport Health
Type of event:
Wellness/Benefits
Building:
FL2
Room:
1003

Posted by Cheryl Cristanelli (cherylc@ucar.edu) at x3034
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR, F&A
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 7: Clouds and Aerosols

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
Dave Randall
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Affiliation or organization:
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 - 3:00pm

Ignite VI Presenters:

Eileen Carpenter & Marc Mueller, UCAR Center for Science Education
Rebecca Centeno Elliott, High Altitude Observatory
Sheldon Drobot, Research Applications Laboratory
Frank Flocke, Atmospheric Chemistry Division
John Hubbert, Earth Observing Laboratory
Paul Kushner, University of Toronto
Marla Meehl, Computational & Information Systems Laboratory, 
 Network Engineering & Telecommunications Section
Karyn Sawyer, Joint Office for Science Support

20 slides x 15 seconds per slide

Five-minute presentations that will enlighten, inspire, or make us think a little differently.

Presenter(s):
In the event description
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
FL2
Room:
Main Seminar Room

Posted by Natalie Ponsford (nataliep@ucar.edu) at x2585
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR Community Programs, UCAR Center for Science Education
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 - 10:00am

October 21, 2014
10:00-11:30 am
NWSC-WY Conf Room 
Administered by Passport Health
Walk-In Clinic - No registration required

FREE seasonal flu vaccination shots to eligible participants.  Nasal FluMist available upon request and co-payment of $19/pp.  Open to UCAR staff/visitors/retirees, their spouses/partners and dependent children 18-26 years of age.  More information @ UCAR Flu Vaccination Program website

UCAR Onsite Vaccination Clinic Schedule
FL - October 14, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, FL2-1003
NWSC - October 21, 2014, 10:00-11:30, NWSC Conf Room
CG - October 28, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, CG1-2126
RAF/Jeffco - November 4, 2014, 10:00-11:30 am, RAF/Jeff Conf Room
ML - November 13, 2014, 9:00-11:30, ML-Damon

Here's to your good health.  Sponsored by your friends on the Wellness Advisory Committee (WAC).

Presenter(s):
Passport Health
Type of event:
Wellness/Benefits
Building:
NWSC-Cheyenne Data Center
Room:
Conf Room

Posted by Cheryl Cristanelli (cherylc@ucar.edu) at x3034
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR, F&A
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 8: Anthropogenic and Natural Forcing

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
J. F. Lamarque
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 - 9:00am

October 28, 2014
9:00-11:30 am
CG1-2126 
Administered by Passport Health
Walk-In Clinic - No registration required

FREE seasonal flu vaccination shots to eligible participants.  Nasal FluMist available upon request and co-payment of $19/pp.  Open to UCAR staff/visitors/retirees, their spouses/partners and dependent children 18-26 years of age.  More information @ UCAR Flu Vaccination Program website

UCAR Onsite Vaccination Clinic Schedule
FL - October 14, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, FL2-1003
NWSC - October 21, 2014, 10:00-11:30, NWSC Conf Room
CG - October 28, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, CG1-2126
RAF/Jeffco - November 4, 2014, 10:00-11:30 am, RAF/Jeff Conf Room
ML - November 13, 2014, 9:00-11:30, ML-Damon

Here's to your good health.  Sponsored by your friends on the Wellness Advisory Committee (WAC).

Presenter(s):
Passport Health
Type of event:
Wellness/Benefits
Building:
CG1
Room:
2126

Posted by Cheryl Cristanelli (cherylc@ucar.edu) at x3034
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR, F&A
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC CHapter 12:  Long Term Climate Change 

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
John Fasullo
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 10:00am

November 4, 2014
10:00-11:30 am
RAF/Jeffco Conf Room 
Administered by Passport Health
Walk-In Clinic - No registration required

FREE seasonal flu vaccination shots to eligible participants.  Nasal FluMist available upon request and co-payment of $19/pp.  Open to UCAR staff/visitors/retirees, their spouses/partners and dependent children 18-26 years of age.  More information @ UCAR Flu Vaccination Program website

UCAR Onsite Vaccination Clinic Schedule
FL - October 14, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, FL2-1003
NWSC - October 21, 2014, 10:00-11:30, NWSC Conf Room
CG - October 28, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, CG1-2126
RAF/Jeffco - November 4, 2014, 10:00-11:30 am, RAF/Jeff Conf Room
ML - November 13, 2014, 9:00-11:30, ML-Damon

Here's to your good health.  Sponsored by your friends on the Wellness Advisory Committee (WAC).

Presenter(s):
Passport Health
Type of event:
Wellness/Benefits
Building:
RAF/Jeffco
Room:
Conf Room

Posted by Cheryl Cristanelli (cherylc@ucar.edu) at x3034
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR, F&A
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 10: Detection and Attribution of Climate Change: From Global to Regional

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
Judith Pearlwitz
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Tuesday, November 11, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 4: Observations: Cryosphere

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
Tad Pfeffer
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Thursday, November 13, 2014 - 9:00am

November 13, 2014
9:00-11:30 am
ML-Damon 
Administered by Passport Health
Walk-In Clinic - No registration required

FREE seasonal flu vaccination shots to eligible participants.  Nasal FluMist available upon request and co-payment of $19/pp.  Open to UCAR staff/visitors/retirees, their spouses/partners and dependent children 18-26 years of age.  More information @ UCAR Flu Vaccination Program website

UCAR Onsite Vaccination Clinic Schedule
FL - October 14, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, FL2-1003
NWSC - October 21, 2014, 10:00-11:30, NWSC Conf Room
CG - October 28, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, CG1-2126
RAF/Jeffco - November 4, 2014, 10:00-11:30 am, RAF/Jeff Conf Room
ML - November 13, 2014, 9:00-11:30, ML-Damon

Here's to your good health.  Sponsored by your friends on the Wellness Advisory Committee (WAC).

Presenter(s):
Passport Health
Type of event:
Wellness/Benefits
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Damon

Posted by Cheryl Cristanelli (cherylc@ucar.edu) at x3034
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR, F&A
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, November 18, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 9:  Evaluation of Climate Models

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
Clara Deser
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 13: Sea Level Change

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
Steve Nerem
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 2:00pm

IPCC Chapter 14: Climate Phenomena and their Relevance for Future Regional Climate Change

Ever wonder what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says?  Learn more Tuesday and Thursday afternoons this fall during a seminar series by IPCC authors and contributors. This fall’s focus is on Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis (Working Group I’s contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report).

Presenter(s):
Kevin Trenberth
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
CIRES Auditorium at CU-Boulder

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
External:, CIRES-ATOC
Affiliation or organization: