The University of Arizona Department of Atmospheric Sciences

ATMO Seminar Series

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Date Speaker Title
Thu, Jan 29 2015, 4:00pm Sophie Lewis Climate change and Australia's recent extreme heat
Thu, Feb 19 2015, 3:30pm Graham Feingold Two-way transitions between closed and open cellular convection
Thu, Feb 26 2015, 3:30pm Steven Platnick Challenges in the production of observational datasets: The MODIS cloud product perspective
Thu, Mar 5 2015, 3:30pm William Holmgren Operational renewable power forecasting in the Southwest
Thu, Mar 26 2015, 3:30pm Glenn Shaw Making a Career in Science Doing Search
Thu, Apr 2 2015, 3:30pm Patrick Broxton How much Snow is there? Perspectives from Models and Observations
Thu, Apr 9 2015, 9:00am ATMO Students with Keynote Speaker: Dr. Ruby Leung/PNNL Atmospheric and Interdisciplinary Research (AIR) conference
Thu, Apr 16 2015, 3:30pm Jonathan Overpeck Drought, Megadrought and the Future
Fri, Apr 17 2015, 1:30pm Seth Gutman The Characteristics of Multisatellite Microwave Water Vapor Observations Over the Open Ocean
Thu, Apr 23 2015, 3:30pm Roger Wakimoto New Initiatives and Challenges at the NSF Geoscience Directorate (GEO)
Thu, Apr 30 2015, 3:30pm Ankur Desai How do we scale land-atmosphere exchanges?
Mon, May 18 2015, 3:30pm Qinghua Ding A Global View of Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation Variability Over the Last 60 Years
Wed, May 20 2015, 10:00am Dong Wu Stereoscopic cloud imaging for future 3-D wind constellation
Thu, May 28 2015, 3:30pm Angeline Pendergrass The rain is askew: changes in the distributions of rain and vertical velocity