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ACOM Seminar: Daven Henze

ACOM Seminar

Title: International air quality, health, and climate impacts of cookstoves, diesel NOx,and other anthropogenic sectors via PM2.5 and O3

Presenter: Daven Henze, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Colorado

UCP Seminar: Tropical Widening: What, When, Where (and Why)

Tropical Widening: What, When, Where (and Why)

US CLIVAR Working Group on the Changing Width of the Tropical Belt

Paul Staten (Indiana University) and Kevin Grise (University of Virginia)

OCT 13th 12:00 - 1:00 PM FL2-1022

Aerosol-Cyclone Interactions

Paul Field
UK Met Office
Exeter, United Kingdom

We use convection permitting global aquaplanet simulations to explore the interaction between aerosol and mid-latitude cyclones. Based on model simulations we propose a hypothesis about how midlatitude cyclones will respond to increases in aerosol loading.  In this talk, I will introduce the model results and describe how we tested it with a decade of satellite observations and a more focused period coinciding with the Icelandic volcanic eruption in 2014.

Refreshments: 3:15 PM

ACOM Seminar: Dr. Natalia Calvo

ACOM SEMINAR

Title: The complex behavior of the 2015/2016 El Nino winter

Presenter: Dr. Natalia Calvo, Associate Proffesor at Dpto. Fisica de la Tierra II (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Affiliate Scientist NCAR/ACOM

EOL Seminar Series: Dr. John Hubbert

The EOL Seminar Series presents
Dr. John Hubbert of NCAR’s Earth Observing Laboratory
Tuesday, September 12th 2017 @ 3:30 pm
FL2-1022 - Large Auditorium

Precise Calibration of S-Pol Zdr: Accounting for Antenna Temperature Effects

Extreme ocean waves and climate change in the Gulf of Mexico

Extreme ocean waves and climate change in the Gulf of Mexico

Dr. Christian M. Appendini  | Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Campus Sisal - Yucatan, Institute of Engineering

EOL Seminar Series: Dr. Mikael Witte

Please join us Tuesday, September 5th, for the EOL Seminar, "Scaling analysis of cloud and rain liquid water content and implications for microphysical parameterizations," presented by Mikael Witte of NCAR.

The seminar will be held in the Foothills Large Auditorium (FL2-1022) at 3:30 pm. 

Quantifying the Impact of Radar Data Assimilation in the Community Leveraged Unified Ensemble

Quantifying the Impact of Radar Data Assimilation in the Community Leveraged Unified Ensemble

Patrick Skinner | Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies, University of Oklahoma and NOAA/OAR/National Severe Storms Laboratory

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