ATMO Seminar Series
Please click on the title to view the abstract and any supplemental information. All seminars are held in Physics and Atmospheric Sciences Room 220 beginning at 3:30pm unless indicated otherwise.
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|Thu, Sep 5 2013, 3:30pm||ATMO Faculty||ATMO Faculty Showcase|
|Thu, Sep 19 2013, 3:30pm||John Brost||What Self Driving Cars can teach us about the Future of Operational Weather Forecasting|
|Thu, Oct 3 2013, 3:30pm||Pieter Hazenberg||Rainfall estimation for hydrology using volumetric weather radar|
|Thu, Oct 10 2013, 3:30pm||Anna Wonaschuetz||Ultrafine particle concentrations and new particle formation in an urban environment|
|Thu, Oct 17 2013, 3:30pm||Matei Georgescu||Challenges Associated with Sustainable Urban Development|
|Thu, Oct 31 2013, 3:30pm||Alan Betts||Coupling of Diurnal Climate to Clouds, Land-use and Snow|
|Thu, Nov 7 2013, 3:30pm||Deanna Hence||Interactions between Dry Air and Hurricane Nadine|
|Thu, Nov 14 2013, 3:30pm||Michael Hall||The Establishment of the U.S. Global Change Research Program|
|Thu, Nov 21 2013, 3:30pm||no seminar|
|Thu, Dec 5 2013, 3:30pm||Robert Curran||Experiences of 40+ years with NASA by an ''ATMO'' graduate|