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IMAGe Brown Bag Seminar - Application of Empirical Localization Functions to All-Sky Satellite Radiance Assimilation

Application of Empirical Localization Functions to All-Sky Satellite Radiance Assimilation

Masashi Minamide
Department of Meteorology, Pennsylvania State University

IMAGe Brown Bag Seminar - "Toy" Model of Convective Dynamics for Testing Data Assimilation Methodologies

“Toy” Model of Convective Dynamics for Testing Data Assimilation Methodologies

Jun-Ichi Yano
CNRM, Météo France, Toulouse

The purpose of this talk is to propose a "toy" model for testing various data assimilation methodologies for convective-scale predictions.

All the major numerical weather prediction (NWP) centers are now running their regional model with horizontal resolutions that marginally resolve individual convective elements. 

IMAGe Triple Crown - Statistics Seminars - Thursday, July 13th

The Triple Crown
2017 Statistics Edition

Date: Thursday, July 13, 2017
Time: 1:00 - 4:00pm
Location: National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado
Main Seminar Room, Mesa Lab

"Mixture of Regression Models for Large Spatial Data Sets"
Amanda Hering, Department of Statistical Science, Baylor University

TIAA Individual Counseling Sessions Available for TODAY!

There are still appointments available for Today (Tuesday, July 11, 2017) at the Mesa Lab to meet with a TIAA Advisor.

If interested, please email the scheduler, Carol McKinney at Carol.Mckinney@tiaa.org or call the scheduling line at: 1-800-732-8353

Mesa Lab – Chapman Room 245
Tuesday, July 11, 2017 

NCAR Explorer Series - Thunderstorms and tornadoes: Tales from a life-long storm researcher and chaser. Dr. Morris Weisman

Dr. Weisman is a noted authority on what makes thunderstorms and tornadoes tick. In this talk he will review some of the basic advances in both understanding and forecasting these extreme events, with a special emphasis on notable events in Colorado, including the Windsor and Limon tornadoes. Topics will include supercell storms, which generate the most intense tornadoes and hailstorms worldwide, as well as landspouts, which are a weaker form of tornadoes and somewhat of a Colorado specialty.

NCAR Explorer Series - Thunderstorms and tornadoes: Tales from a life-long storm researcher and chaser. Dr. Morris Weisman

Dr. Weisman is a noted authority on what makes thunderstorms and tornadoes tick. In this talk he will review some of the basic advances in both understanding and forecasting these extreme events, with a special emphasis on notable events in Colorado, including the Windsor and Limon tornadoes. Topics will include supercell storms, which generate the most intense tornadoes and hailstorms worldwide, as well as landspouts, which are a weaker form of tornadoes and somewhat of a Colorado specialty.

Bias-Correcting NA-CORDEX: A Case Study in Parallelizing Data Analysis - today's SEA Seminar

Join us for the next SEA Seminar.

Shorter Abstract: Although many data analysis tasks are highly or even embarrassingly parallel in nature, climate scientists don't typically make much use of parallelism when they're analyzing the output from climate models. In this talk, the story of the process of shifting from serial to parallel data analysis using NCAR cyberinfrastructure will be told.

CAS Seminar - Pedro L. Silva Dias

South American Monsoon System:  from the Last Glacial to the Last Millennium
Pedro L. Silva Dias
University of São Paulo

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