The University of Arizona Department of Atmospheric Sciences

ATMO Seminar Series

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Date Speaker Title
Wed, Feb 5 2014, 4:00pm Francina Dominguez Intense precipitation events over western North America: Sources of moisture and projected future changes
Thu, Feb 13 2014, 3:30pm Anthony Didlake Dynamics of secondary eyewall formation observed in Hurricane Rita
Wed, Feb 26 2014, 4:00pm William James Shuttleworth What is "terrestrial hydrometeorology" anyway?
Thu, Mar 6 2014, 3:30pm Qinghua Ding The NH Tropical-extratropical teleconnections: observed interannual and interdecadal variability
Thu, Mar 27 2014, 3:30pm David Gochis Integrated Hydrometeorological Predictions: A case study of the Colorado Front Range Flood of 2013
Thu, Apr 3 2014, 3:30pm Hsin-I Chang Dynamically downscaled IPCC RCM climate and hydrologic resource projections for the Southwest U.S. and potential improvement with updated Noah land surface model
Thu, Apr 10 2014, 8:00am ATMO Students AIR
Thu, Apr 17 2014, 3:30pm Jack Kaye Studying the Earth's Climate from Space
Fri, Apr 18 2014, 2:00pm Konstantine Georgakakos Evaluations of Hydroclimatological Forecasting and Decision Support in an Operational Environment for Northern California
Thu, Apr 24 2014, 3:30pm Kim Wood Environmental factors affecting tropical cyclone impacts on western North America
Fri, May 23 2014, 11:00am David Adams