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EOL Seminar: Making Data Matter: Using Collective Impact to Move Forward Together

Making Data Matter: Using Collective Impact to Move Forward Together

Erin Robinson
Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP)

Earth science challenges are complex; often need partners beyond our home departments or institutions, many times the barriers are social and rely on data sharing as part of the collaborative process.

EOL Seminar: Investigations of Severe Storm Microphysics Using Models and Dual-Polarization Radar

Investigations of severe storm microphysics using models and dual-polarization radar

Dr. Evan Kalina

NRC Research Associate, NOAA AOML Hurricane Research Division

NCAR flight team receives Antarctic honors

October 19, 2016 | Four pilots and one instrumentation technician in NCAR's Earth Observing Laboratory recently received the Antarctica Service Medal from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for their research flights in that remote and challenging region. The recipients are based in EOL's Research Aviation Facility (RAF).

EOL Seminar: Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange: Insights from Measurements and Models

Biosphere-atmosphere Exchange: Insights from Measurements and Models

Edward G. Patton
National Center for Atmospheric Research

EOL Seminar: An Integrated View at the High Latitude Atmospheric Boundary Layer & Surface Atmosphere Interaction

An Integrated View at the High Latitude Atmospheric Boundary Layer & Surface Atmosphere Interaction

Javier Fochesatto
Professor of Atmospheric Sciences University of Alaska Fairbanks

EOL Seminar: Heavy and Persistent Precipitation in a Quasi­-Stationary Convective System in SW England

Heavy and persistent precipitation in a quasi­stationary convective system in SW England

 Alan Blyth

National Centre for Atmospheric Science, University of Leeds.

 

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