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ATMO Seminar

HAS Colloquium: The National Weather Service and The University of Arizona: Endless Possibilities

Michael Cantin
National Weather Service Forecast Office, Tucson

Wednesday, February 17 2016, 4:00pm
JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206


The Atmospheric and Interdisciplinary Research (AIR) conference is our graduate students' annual research symposium.

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Most of the research in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences is done through the Institute of Atmospheric Physics.

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Graduate Studies

The Department of Atmospheric Sciences offers programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Funded research is conducted through the Institute of Atmospheric Physics in such areas as Atmospheric Chemistry & Aerosols, Climate & Global Change, Lightning & Atmospheric Electricity, Radiation & Remote Sensing, Tropical Meteorology, and Weather Analysis & Predictability.

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To advance the professional development of our faculty, students and staff, while promoting careers in the atmospheric sciences, including hydrometeorology; and to partner with our community.