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EOL Seminar Series: Dr. Scott Tyler

New Tools near the Triple Point:  Measuring Antarctic Ice Shelf Stability, Endangered Spring Fish, Snowmelt Dynamics and Flying Drones.

 Dr. Scott W. Tyler
University of Nevada Reno

Should we assimilate ‘datasets of opportunity’?

Should we assimilate ‘datasets of opportunity’?
Joanne Waller, PhD.
University of Reading, United Kingdom

Boundary layer mixing in the HWRF model

Boundary layer mixing in the HWRF model
Robert Fovell
University at Albany, State University of New York

ACOM Seminar

ACOM SEMINAR

Title: Tropospheric Transformations of Nitrogen Oxides During Winter: Insights from the Recent UWFPS and WINTER Aircraft Campaigns

Speaker: Erin E. McDuffie, NOAA/ESRL/CSD, CU CIRES & CU Chemistry Department

EOL Seminar Series: Dr. Steven Schill

Enabling the Science onboard NASA Airborne Research Platforms

 Dr. Steven Schill
National Suborbital Research Center

EOl Seminar Series: Dr. Kevin Repasky

Ground-based eye-safe networkable micro-pulse differential absorption lidar (DIAL) for thermodynamic profiling in the lower troposphere

Dr. Kevin Repasky
Montana State University

A Statistical Approach towards improving Predictability of Cold Season Precipitation Type and Amount for the HRRR-TLE

A Statistical Approach towards improving Predictability of Cold Season Precipitation Type and Amount for the HRRR-TLE

Paul J. Roebber
Distinguished Professor, Atmospheric Sciences Group
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Peggy LeMone Distinguished Scholar Event

ALL UCAR/NCAR/UCP STAFF ARE INVITED TO
CELEBRATE PEGGY LE MONE'S DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR AWARD

Tuesday, May 22nd at 3:00 PM - FL2-Large Auditorium

Talk Topic: Boundary-Layer Meteorology:  History, NCAR's Story, and My Story

Reception Immediately Following FL2-Cafeteria Atrium

EOL Seminar Series

The Role of Multiple Thermals in the Development of Precipitation
Professor Alan Blyth

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