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Monday | October 5, 2009

ATMO Faculty and research Scientists will speak at Biosphere2 Series

The Faculty and Research Scientists in the Department join other speakers participating in the "Lets Talk Science Series," a part of the Biosphere2 "Science Saturdays" program.

Lecture Series Schedule (Includes speakers from other organizations):

October 10, 2009 - The North American Monsoon: It's What Makes Summer Weather Interesting in Arizona!
Christopher L. Castro, Assistant Professor, University of Arizona Department of Atmospheric Sciences

October 17, 2009 - Adventures with Hurricanes
Elizabeth Ritchie, Associate Professor, University of Arizona Departments of Atmospheric Sciences & Electrical and Computer Engineering

October 24, 2009 - 30% Chance of Storms Again Today!? A New Method to Forecast Arizona Summer Thunderstorms
Mike Leuthold, Lecturer, University of Arizona Institute of Atmospheric Physics

October 31, 2009 - Who Benefits from Evaporation from the Southwest?
Francina Dominguez, Assistant Professor, University of Arizona Departments of Atmospheric Sciences & Hydrology and Water Resources

November 7, 2009 - El Nino and Southern Arizona: Messing with the Monsoon
Chuck George, Chief Meteorologist, KOLD News 13

November 14, 2009 - The Anatomy of Lightning Flashes: What They Look Like and Why We Care
Ken Cummins, Research Professor, University of Arizona Institute of Atmospheric Physics

November 21, 2009 - What do Africa, the Caribbean, Hurricanes and the Southwest all have in common?

Yolande Serra, Research Associate Professor, University of Arizona Institute of Atmospheric Physics

November 28, 2009 - Using Solar Power When It Rains
Alexander Cronin, Associate Professor, University of Arizona Departments of Physics and Optical Sciences

December 5, 2009 - The Air We Breathe
Eric Betterton, Professor and Head, University of Arizona Department of Atmospheric Sciences Director, University of Arizona Institute of Atmospheric Physics

See the Biosphere2 web site for complete details:
Fall 2009 Lecture Series: Weather and Climate

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