HAO Colloquium - Marcin Pilinski, CU/LASP

Electron Temperatures in the Martian Ionosphere: evidence of cooling via neutral collisions

ACOM Seminar: The NEON tower network: From scientific strategy to long-term operation

ACOM Seminar

Title: The NEON tower network: From scientific strategy to long-term operation

Presenters: Steven Metzgar and Cove Sturtevant from the National Ecological Observatory (NEON) based in Boulder, CO

CGD Seminar Series

Title: Do we need large ensembles?

Speaker: Ben Sanderson, NCAR

Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 11:00 a.m.
Mesa Lab, Main Seminar Room

Denver-Boulder American Meteorological Society: Sept. 2013 Floods Seminar

The Denver-Boulder AMS chapter will be hosting a panel of experts to discuss the September 2013 floods that impacted the Front Range of Colorado, each from their unique perspective...

Nezette Rydell - National Weather Service Denver/Boulder
Topic: What is it like to find yourself in the middle of a historic weather event?  We will take a look at how forecast operations evolved in the moment to respond to the events of September 2013.

Oceanography Brown Bag - Alexis Kaminski

The effect of existing turbulence on stratified shear instability
Alexis Kaminski
Oregon State University

HAO Colloquium - Katrina Bossert, GATS Inc

Orographic Gravity Wave Variability and Influences on the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere During the DEEPWAVE Campaign

Spirit of adventure: Mountain winds, clouds & flying through the worst of it. An NCAR Explorer Series talk by Vanda Grubisic, Director EOL

Ever wondered why it is so windy in Boulder? Or why it gets bumpy flying over and downwind of the Rocky Mountains? Mountains exert a strong influence on the atmosphere, affecting nearby weather and generating their own climate. To learn how and why some of the strongest winds on Earth form, scientists have long used gliders, powered aircraft, and other research platforms to collect data in very strong wind and turbulence conditions generated by airflow over mountains.


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