10 years of the ECMWF Python-based Operational Verification System

10 years of the ECMWF Python-based Operational Verification System
Martin Janousek, ECMWF

Verification of forecasts and all types of NWP products is a fundamental part of the ECMWF research and production procedures. A reliable, comprehensive, and flexible software system providing a wide range of statistics and skill measures and applicable on a wide range of forecast products is instrumental in the continuous monitoring of the production quality, assists the development of new algorithms, and supports the decision process when implementing new model versions.

Denver-Boulder American Meteorological Society: GOES Satellite Applications in the Tropics

The Denver-Boulder AMS chapter will be hosting Andrea Schumacher from the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere/Colorado State University. Please join us for a discussion on the new capabilities of GOES-R/GOES-16 for real-time tropical cyclone analysis and monitoring!

Learn how UCAR Business Offices Operate and Support the Organization

Join us for the Business Operations & Strategies Seminar (BOSS) on December 5, 2017.  This seminar is a one-day workshop where participants will gain a basic understanding of the UCAR/UCP/NCAR business environment and how various administrative offices interact and operate together to partner with you and serve the organization.  Presenters will include topics on Compliance, Direct Awards, Financial Planning and Analysis, Government Relations, Human Resources, NCAR/UCP Budgeting & Proposals, Procurement, Risk Management and Treasury & Finance Operations.

CGD Seminar Series

Title: Interpreting precession driven delta-O-18 variability in the South Asian monsoon region

Speaker: Clay Tabor, NCAR

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 11:00 a.m.
Mesa Lab, Main Seminar Room


HAO Colloquium - Tom Berger, University of Colorado

Blending of Ground-based and Space-based Magnetograms: Applications to Solar Wind Modeling and L5 Mission Studies

CGD Seminar Series

Title: Through the Looking Glass: Forcing and Feedbacks in CESM2

Speaker: Andrew Gettelman, NCAR

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 11:00 a.m.
Mesa Lab, Main Seminar Room


ACOM Seminar: Joel Thornton


Title: What happens to air pollution when it is cold and dark? Insights from the Wintertime INvestigation of Transport, Emissions, and Reactivity (WINTER) Campaign

Presenter: Joel Thornton, Professor of Atmospheric Sciences -University of Washington


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