Seminars: Fall 2010

Fall 2010

Date Speaker Title
7 September 2010 William Schlesinger
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY
Coupled biogeochemical cycles: Basis of and for environmental policy
SPECIAL SEMINAR
09 September 2010
CAPT James Pettigrew
Commanding Officer, Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center, Monterey, CA
Naval meteorology and oceanography, now and into the future
14 September 2010 Nathaniel Livesey
NASA, Jet Propulsion Lab, Pasadena, CA
Microwave Remote Sounding of Atmospheric Composition - Some Findings From the MLS Instruments and Future Directions
SPECIAL SEMINAR
16 September 2010
James Coakley
Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University
Changes in Aerosols Near Clouds and Their Impact on Estimates of the Aerosol Direct and Indirect Radiative Forcing of Climate
21 September 2010 Anthony Baran
UK Met Office, Meteorological Research Flight, Exeter, UK
Towards a Self-Consistent Scattering Model of Cirrus
28 September 2010 Xianglei Huang
Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences, University of Michigan
Longwave Band-by-Band Fluxes and Cloud Radiative Forcings: Observations vs. Simulations
5 October 2010 Amy Solomon
NOAA Earth Science Research Laboratory, University of Colorado
Mesoscale Simulations of the Impact of Springtime Aerosols on Arctic Mixed-Phase Stratocumulus Observed During the ISDAC Campaign
12 October 2010 Tom Jobson
Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engr., Lab. for Atmo. Research, Washington State
Urban Air Photochemistry: Measuring Small Photoproducts and Big Organics by PTR-MS
19 October 2010 Eric Feltzer
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, CalTech
What AIRS has Revealed About Weather and Climate
26 October 2010 Henry Fuelberg
Florida State University
Forecasting Lightning Cessation at the Kennedy Space Center
2 November 2010 Bill Cotton
Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Colorado State University
Aerosol Impacts on Deep Convection Including Tropical Cyclones
SPECIAL SEMINAR
4 November 2010
Michael Chapman
Research Applications Laboratory at NCAR, Boulder Colorado
Making Roads Safer Now and In the Future...Useful Weather Research for the Everyday Driver
SPECIAL SEMINAR
5 November 2010
3:45
Bill Burnett
NOAA/NWS/National Data Buoy Center
Stennis Space Center
Alternative Career Paths for Meteorologists
9 November 2010 Bill Randel
Atmospheric Chemistry Division at NCAR, Boulder, Colorado
Satellite Observations of Water Vapor Isotopes and Implications for Stratosphere-Troposphere Coupling
Special Seminar
12 November 2010
O&M 112, 3:55
S. Lakshmivarahan
School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
Data Assimilation using Forward Sensitivity Method
Special Seminar
12 November 2010
O&M 1209, 1:30
David Rutledge
California Institute of Technology
Update of fossil-fuel supplies and future temperatures
16 November 2010 Rebecca Sheesley
Department of Environmental Science, Baylor University
Investigating Sources of Smog Using Organic Molecular Markers and Isotope Analysis
23 November 2010 Brian Ancell
Atmospheric Science Group, Department of Geoscience, Texas Tech University
Multi-Scale Ensemble Data Assimilation: How Important is Improved Resolution?
30 November 2010 Tim Garret/ Associate Professor
Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah
Mammatus Clouds: A Window Into the Role of Radiation-Dynamic Feedbacks in Stratiform Cloud Evolution
7 December 2010 Anita Rapp
Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Texas A&M University
On the Role of Warm Rain Clouds in the Tropics

Fall 2010

Date Speaker Title
7 September 2010 William Schlesinger
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY
Coupled biogeochemical cycles: Basis of and for environmental policy
SPECIAL SEMINAR
09 September 2010
CAPT James Pettigrew
Commanding Officer, Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center, Monterey, CA
Naval meteorology and oceanography, now and into the future
14 September 2010 Nathaniel Livesey
NASA, Jet Propulsion Lab, Pasadena, CA
Microwave Remote Sounding of Atmospheric Composition - Some Findings From the MLS Instruments and Future Directions
SPECIAL SEMINAR
16 September 2010
James Coakley
Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University
Changes in Aerosols Near Clouds and Their Impact on Estimates of the Aerosol Direct and Indirect Radiative Forcing of Climate
21 September 2010 Anthony Baran
UK Met Office, Meteorological Research Flight, Exeter, UK
Towards a Self-Consistent Scattering Model of Cirrus
28 September 2010 Xianglei Huang
Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences, University of Michigan
Longwave Band-by-Band Fluxes and Cloud Radiative Forcings: Observations vs. Simulations
5 October 2010 Amy Solomon
NOAA Earth Science Research Laboratory, University of Colorado
Mesoscale Simulations of the Impact of Springtime Aerosols on Arctic Mixed-Phase Stratocumulus Observed During the ISDAC Campaign
12 October 2010 Tom Jobson
Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engr., Lab. for Atmo. Research, Washington State
Urban Air Photochemistry: Measuring Small Photoproducts and Big Organics by PTR-MS
19 October 2010 Eric Feltzer
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, CalTech
What AIRS has Revealed About Weather and Climate
26 October 2010 Henry Fuelberg
Florida State University
Forecasting Lightning Cessation at the Kennedy Space Center
2 November 2010 Bill Cotton
Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Colorado State University
Aerosol Impacts on Deep Convection Including Tropical Cyclones
SPECIAL SEMINAR
4 November 2010
Michael Chapman
Research Applications Laboratory at NCAR, Boulder Colorado
Making Roads Safer Now and In the Future...Useful Weather Research for the Everyday Driver
SPECIAL SEMINAR
5 November 2010
3:45
Bill Burnett
NOAA/NWS/National Data Buoy Center
Stennis Space Center
Alternative Career Paths for Meteorologists
9 November 2010 Bill Randel
Atmospheric Chemistry Division at NCAR, Boulder, Colorado
Satellite Observations of Water Vapor Isotopes and Implications for Stratosphere-Troposphere Coupling
Special Seminar
12 November 2010
O&M 112, 3:55
S. Lakshmivarahan
School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
Data Assimilation using Forward Sensitivity Method
Special Seminar
12 November 2010
O&M 1209, 1:30
David Rutledge
California Institute of Technology
Update of fossil-fuel supplies and future temperatures
16 November 2010 Rebecca Sheesley
Department of Environmental Science, Baylor University
Investigating Sources of Smog Using Organic Molecular Markers and Isotope Analysis
23 November 2010 Brian Ancell
Atmospheric Science Group, Department of Geoscience, Texas Tech University
Multi-Scale Ensemble Data Assimilation: How Important is Improved Resolution?
30 November 2010 Tim Garret/ Associate Professor
Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah
Mammatus Clouds: A Window Into the Role of Radiation-Dynamic Feedbacks in Stratiform Cloud Evolution
7 December 2010 Anita Rapp
Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Texas A&M University
On the Role of Warm Rain Clouds in the Tropics

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