Seminar/Symposium

CVP Brown Bag Seminar- "Adaptive Covariance Inflation in the EnKF by Gaussian Scale Mixtures"

"Adaptive Covariance Inflation in the EnKF by Gaussian Scale Mixtures"

Patrick N. Raanes, Postdoctoral Fellow at Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center

HAO Colloquium - Michel Blanc

A few scientific perspectives of The International Meridian Circle Program 

Michel Blanc,
State Key Laboratory of Space Weather, NSSC, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, & Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie (IRAP), Toulouse, France 

HAO Colloquium - Carol Cleland, CU Boulder

Differences in the Methodology and Justification of Experimental and Historical Natural Science

Carol Cleland
Director, Center for the Study of Origins and
Professor, Department of Philosophy
CU Boulder

What are the limits of modeling our planet - An NCAR Explorer Series Talk by Dr. Richard Loft

Over the last half-century, our ability to shrink transistors has led to the exponential growth in computing power, giving scientists a powerful new tool: the computer model. Computers act like mathematical “telescopes”, enabling scientists to peer into problems that can’t be solved by human brainpower alone. One such problem is the behavior of that crucial, thin layer of fluids that enshrouds planet Earth – our atmosphere and oceans. Computer modeling of the atmosphere yielded steady improving weather forecasts, which has saved innumerable lives and property.

What are the limits of modeling our planet - An NCAR Explorer Series Talk by Dr. Richard Loft

Over the last half-century, our ability to shrink transistors has led to the exponential growth in computing power, giving scientists a powerful new tool: the computer model. Computers act like mathematical “telescopes”, enabling scientists to peer into problems that can’t be solved by human brainpower alone. One such problem is the behavior of that crucial, thin layer of fluids that enshrouds planet Earth – our atmosphere and oceans. Computer modeling of the atmosphere yielded steady improving weather forecasts, which has saved innumerable lives and property.

CGD Seminar Series

Title: Why has the tropical lower stratosphere stopped cooling for the last 20 years?
Speaker: Lorenzo Polvani, Columbia University

Tuesday, March 27, 2018 - 11:00 a.m.
Mesa Lab, Main Seminar Room

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