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 224 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, Jan 28 2016, 3:30pm PAS224, Refreshments in PAS 546 from 3:00-3:30p Dr. Xiquan Dong Remote Sensing of Clouds and Precipitation
Wed, Feb 10 2016, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 2060-3:30p Alex Mahalov HAS Colloquium: High resolution Earth system models at decadal and regional scales: Seeking sustainable solutions for rapidly expanding urban areas
Wed, Feb 17 2016, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206 Michael Cantin HAS Colloquium: The National Weather Service and The University of Arizona: Endless Possibilities
Thu, Feb 18 2016, 3:30pm PAS224, Refreshments in PAS546 from 3:00-3:30p Dr. David Bodine Exploring Debris Effects of Radar Observations and Tornado Dynamics Using a Large-Eddy Simulation Model
Wed, Feb 24 2016, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206 W. Paul Menzel HAS Colloquium:Recalibrating the HIRS sensors to produce a 30-year record of radiance measurements useful for cloud and moisture trend analysis
Wed, Mar 2 2016, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206 William R. (Bill) Cotton HAS Colloquium: Orographic Precipitation in the Colorado River Basin
Thu, Mar 10 2016, 3:30pm PAS224, Refreshments in PAS546 from 3:00-3:30p Dr. Zhien Wang Advancing Atmospheric Observational Capabilities Through Combining Multi-Sensor Measurements and Developing Novel Airborne Instrumentation
Thu, Mar 17 2016, 3:30pm PAS224, Refreshments in PAS546 from 3:00-3:30p Dr. Xun Jiang Investigation of Variability of CO2 From Satellite Retrievals and Model Simulations
Thu, Mar 24 2016, 3:30pm CANCELLED: PAS224, Refreshments in PAS 546 from 3:00-3:30p Chris Davis Tropical Cyclone Prediction with the Model for Prediction Across Scales (MPAS) (CANCELLED)
Fri, Apr 1 2016, 8:00am Student Union, South Ballroom HAS Students HAS Student Symposium (combined AIR & El Dia del Agua) in conjunction with HWR 50th Anniversary
Wed, Apr 6 2016, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206 Anthony Kendall and Sherry Martin HAS Colloquium: TBA
Tue, Apr 19 2016, 3:30pm PAS 224, Refreshments in PAS 546 from 3:00-3:30p Pieter Hazenberg The importance of integrating observations and models in physical meteorological and hydrometeorological research and teaching
Wed, Apr 20 2016, 4:00pm JW Harshbarger, Room 206, Refreshments at 3:45pm outside room 206 Hoshin Gupta CANCELED--HAS Colloquium: Models, data, uncertainty, and learning: How information is coded into dynamical geophysical models
Thu, Apr 28 2016, 3:30pm PAS 224, Refreshments in PAS 546 from 3:00-3:30p Tobias Gerken Surface-atmosphere interactions: Results from the Green Ocean Amazon
Wed, May 4 2016, 4:00pm Student Union Memorial Center, Kiva Room, Refreshmets begin at 3:15 pm in Harshbarger 206 Jeff Kargel Special Event Seminar: Natural treasures and high hazards of the Nepal Himalaya