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ACOM Seminar: On science informing international policy: Are emissions of a banned ozone - depleting substance still increasing, and what’s being done about it?

ACOM SEMINAR

TITLE: On science informing international policy: Are emissions of a banned ozone - depleting substance still increasing, and what’s being done about it ?

PRESENTER: Stephen A. Montzka, NOAA

DTC Seminar: A New Measure of Ensemble Central Tendency

DTC Seminar: A New Measure of Ensemble Central Tendency

Jie Feng School of Meteorology, the University of Oklahoma

EOL Seminar: PBL Studies with Lidar Synergy

SPEAKER:    Dr. Volker Wulfmeyer

DATE:            20 August 2019  

TIME:             3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

LOCATION:   FL2-1002 (Large Auditorium)

ABSTRACT

Recently,  temperature, water-vapor, and wind lidar systems became available with turbulence resolution. Particularly, a new combined water-vapor and temperature Raman lidar (WVTRL) is available that measures water-vapor and temperature profiles down to resolutions of 10 s and 7.5 m during daytime and nighttime.

RAL Seminar: Dynamics of the Dead Sea Planetary Boundary Layer Employing High Resolution Measurements and WRF Model

Dynamics of the Dead Sea Planetary Boundary Layer Employing High Resolution Measurements and WRF Model

Dr. Dorita Rostkier-Edelstein (visiting NCAR/RAL)

The Dead Sea (DS) valley is unique in the world because it is the lowest place on land (430 below MSL) and the very saline water body (DS) in its center. It is important to study the atmospheric circulation and be able to forecast the extreme weather conditions because of their influence on the population and the ecological system in the area.

MMM Seminar - Development and Evaluation of a Stochastic Subgrid-scale Mixing Scheme for Application to the Convective Grey Zone

MMM Seminar - Thursday, August 15, 2019 - 3:30pm

Speaker: McKenna Stanford

Affiliation: University of Utah

JCSDA Seminar with Yann Michel - 08/09/2019

This Friday, August 9, 2019, Yann Michel from Meteo-France will be giving a seminar in UCAR's FL2-1022 Large Auditorium from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM MDT.

The seminar will be webcast via UCAR Connect, and will be recorded/posted to www.jcsda.org (on the event page) along with the slides after the talk commences.

Please take a look at the abstract below for more information on the content of the seminar.

 

Recent progress on assimilation methods at Meteo France

MMM Seminar - Synergistic Effects of Midlevel Dry Air and Vertical Wind Shear on Tropical Cyclone Development

MMM Seminar - Thursday, August 8, 2019 - 3:30pm

Speaker: Joshua J. Alland

Affiliation: Advanced Study Program, NCAR

ACOM Seminar: Atmospheric evolution of gaseous and particulate organic compounds: An explicit modeling of organic species sources and sinks

ACOM SEMINAR

TITLE: Atmospheric evolution of gaseous and particulate organic compounds: An explicit modeling of organic species sources and sinks

PRESENTER: Marie Camredon, University of Paris-Est Créteil (LISA)

ACOM Seminar: The studies of N2O5 heterogeneous chemistry in China and a collaborative program on photochemical air pollution in highly urbanized subtropical regions

ACOM SEMINAR

PRESENTER: Zhe Wang, Polytechnic University in Hong Kong

TITLE: The studies of N2O5 heterogeneous chemistry in China and a collaborative program on photochemical air pollution in highly urbanized subtropical regions

Refreshments 3:15 p.m NCAR Foothills Laboratory FL2 - 1022, Large Seminar Room Live webcast: http://ucarconnect.ucar.edu/live

EOL Seminar: Wintertime Aerosols Over the Northeast United States: Results from the 2015 Winter Campaign

SPEAKER:    Dr. Viral Shah

DATE/TIME:  06 August 2019  •  3:30pm to 4:30pm

LOCATION:   FL2-1002 (Large Auditorium)

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