The University of Arizona Department of Atmospheric Sciences

ATMO Seminar Series

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Currently, there are two group seminars for ATMO:

  1. Hydrology and Atmospheric Science (HAS) Colloquium. This is a joint seminar between HWRS and ATMO. Seminars are scheduled on Wednesdays 4pm at JW Harshbarger (JWH) Rm 206, with refreshments at 3:45pm outside JWH 206 unless noted otherwise.
  2. ATMO Seminars. These are scheduled on Thursdays 330pm at Physics-Atmospheric Science (PAS) Rm 220 with refreshments at 3pm in the ATMO library (PAS 546), unless noted otherwise.
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For more information, please contact our Seminar Coordinator.

Date Location Speaker Title
Thu, Aug 6 2015, 11:00am PAS 488 Robina Shaheen Is the Present the Key to the Past? El-Nino Southern Oscillations, Volcanoes and the Precambrian Atmospheric rise of oxygen
Wed, Sep 2 2015, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206 ATMO and HWR Faculty HAS Colloquium: Parade of Stars
Wed, Sep 16 2015, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206 Richard Carbone HAS Colloquium: Revisiting the roles of Sea Surface Temperature Structure in Tropical Oceanic Rainfall
Wed, Sep 30 2015, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206 Jennifer Haase HAS Collquium: TBA
Wed, Oct 28 2015, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206 Valerie Trouet HAS Colloquium: Shipwreck rates reveal North Atlantic tropical cyclone response to past radiative forcing
Thu, Nov 5 2015, 3:30pm PAS220, Refreshments in PAS546 from 3:00-3:30p Patrick Chuang ATMO Seminar: TBA
Wed, Nov 18 2015, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206 Pieter Hazenberg HAS Colloquium: Represent hillslope processes in ESMs