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ASP Seminar - Estimating the origin and evolution of tropical cyclone track and intensity errors

The Advanced Study Program 2013 Seminar Series continues with a seminar presented by Ryan Torn of SUNY-AlbanyAbstract:Tropical cyclones (TCs) are one of the deadliest and costliest natural disasters on Earth.  It is important to provide accurate predictions of these systems because missing a system can lead to loss of life and property, while over-warning can lead to significant economic disruption and apathy toward future warnings.

Multiscale modelling of boundary layer flows using WRF

RAL Seminar Series 11:00 a.m. Wed 15 May 2013 FL2-1001 Multiscale modelling of boundary layer flows using WRF Domingo Muñoz-Esparza Environmental and Applied Fluid Dynamics Department, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium ABSTRACT -------- The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model provides a framework that allows nesting techniques. This nesting environment can be potentially used to bridge the gap between meso- and micro-scale regimes by progressive refinement of spatial and temporal scales.

UCAR ESL Writing Workshop

Lessons in Clear and Effective Writing

1) Mastering Compounds, Hyphens, and Dashes

2) Creating Coherent and Powerful Paragraphs

Alice LevineAlice Levine Editorial Serviceswww.alicelevine-editorial.com

 9:00 am-12:00 noonMonday, 20 May 2013FL2, Room 1003

UCAR ESL Writing Workshop: Improving Your Writing Style - Six Ways to Increase the Readability of Your Manuscript

2:30-4:00pm, 15 May 2013, FL2-1001By Debra Biasca, JD, PhD

While using correct grammar is certainly a requirement for professionalism and maintaining credibility in your field, scientific writing experts agree that writing for the reader is crucial; and stylistic errors can present barriers to getting your message across to readers. 

Community-based participatory research: Democratizing the research process

Community-based participatory research:  Democratizing the research process Debbi Main, George Ware, and Patti Iwasaki From the Taking Neighborhood Health to Heart project Friday May 17 11:00 am – 12:00 pm FL2-1001 Presenters will discuss the value of community-based participatory research and their experience with the project Taking Neighborhood Health to Heart (TNH2H).

Evaluation of High-Resolution Surface Analyses and Forecasts with Ensemble Data Assimilation in Regions of Complex Terrain

Evaluation of High-Resolution Surface Analyses and Forecasts with Ensemble Data Assimilation in Regions of Complex Terrain

 Zhaoxia PuAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Atmospheric SciencesUniversity of Utah, Salt Lake City

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