Snow fall measurements using a combination of lidar and radar measurements

EOL Seminar presented by Dr. Edwin Eloranta of the Space Sciences and Engineering Center -University of Wisconsin.  Refreshments will be served before the semianar at 1:45pm with the seminar following from 2:00-3:00pm.

Modeling the Urban Climate at the Human Scale in Hot/Dry Regions

Benjamin L. Ruddell, Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Engineering, College of Technology and InnovationArizona State University

RAL Seminar Series: Snow Hydrology in the Colorado Rockies

"Emergent change in snow hydrology in the Colorado Rockies: The Senator Beck Basin Hydrologic Observatory & Research Venue"

ASP Seminar - WRF-Hydro: A hydrological modeling extension package for the Weather Research and Forecasting System

The Advanced Study Program begins it's 2013 Seminar Series with David Gochis of RAL.

Dr. Gochis' seminar begins at 11:00 a.m. refreshments will be provided prior to the seminar.

Intro:This seminar will provide a thorough description of the WRF-Hydro system and its evolution as it is preparing for initial release in the spring of 2013.  We will also provide some example applications of the WRF-Hydro system for several different prediction problems the model has been applied to around the world.

Please click the link below for a full abstract.


TableTalk is a low-pressure way to practice English conversational skills, to form relationships with each other and with native speakers of English, and to have a good time. If English is your first language, come join us to get to know more of your colleagues from abroad.

By organizing these focused table talks, we hope participants can gain professional knowledge and vocabularies in different professional areas during this one hour program. Experts agree that people need broader knowledge to build a good life, and a better career. See you in Table Talk.   

Deciphering the impacts of competing hydrologic disturbance factors in the Upper Colorado River Basin

Abstract: The Colorado River Basin is an essential freshwater resourcefor the southern Rocky Mountains and southwestern U.S. The majority ofwater originates in the headwaters region and hence changes to thisregion will largely control downstream water availability.Understanding the role of climatic change and land cover disturbanceson hydrology is of growing importance for water managers in light ofsteady increases in demand.

NESL Distinguished Lecturer Series - Kerry Emanuel

The NCAR Earth System Laboratory (NESL) seeks to promote global perspectives and stimulate interaction among the community of scientists at NCAR and neighboring institutions by sponsoring the NESL Distinguished Lecturer Series. This lecture series is designed to bring eminent scientists, as well as leaders in science policy, journalism and other fields, to NESL to present cutting edge and imaginative research and potentially establish enduring connections after their visit.

FL Pre-Health Fair Blood Draw Session (1/24/13)

Pre-Health Fair Blood Draw Session Dates/Locations (registration and 12-hour fast required; Light refreshments provided at each location) 

Aircraft measurements of Aerosols, CCN, and Cloud Droplet over the Beijing region during 2006-2012

The Beijing region is located in the North China Plain (NCP), and is one of the most polluted regions in the world, with extremely high maximum of aerosol concentrations. The high aerosol concentrations have important effects on cloud formation, precipitation, climate, and atmospheric chemistry. In the last 6 years (2006-2012), in-situ aircraft measurement was carried out by Beijing Meteorological Bureau over this region. The measurements include cloud droplets, aerosol particles (size distribution and composition), cloud condensation nuclei (CCN), and some trace gases.


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