SoM Senior Becomes Published Author

Senior Ariel Jacobs is now a published author at the age of 20. Her paper is titled “The Effect of Climatological Variables on Future UAS-Based Atmospheric Profiling in the Lower Atmosphere”. The article examines how surface visibility, cloud base level (CBL) height, and wind speed impact the hypothetical success rates of weather observing unmanned aircraft […]

Faculty member Dr. Pierre Kirstetter leads the development of probabilistic precipitation retrievals

Faculty member Dr. Pierre Kirstetter leads the development of probabilistic precipitation retrievals for hazard applications in the National Weather Service Progress in precipitation science and applications is critical to advancing weather and water budget studies and to predicting natural hazards caused by extreme events, from local to global scales. It requires more than just one […]

Research Team Conducting Study

A research team at OU is conducting a study examining individuals’ experiences within the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences (A&GS) specifically.  If you are interested in participating, please use this link to take the survey, which is open to students, faculty, staff, and alumni.  More information can be found on the consent page at the beginning of the […]

Upcoming events

Sadiksha Rai – November 4

Weather and Climate Systems Seminar   Assessment of Stratospheric Waves Activity Associated with the MJO During QBO Phases   Sadiksha Rai Wednesday, November 4th 3:00pm Join Google Meet:   Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) and Quasi-Biennial Oscillation (QBO) are known to provide sources of sub-seasonal to seasonal predictability, yet their dynamics and interactions are not fully […]

Jordan Christian – November 6

School of Meteorology Colloquium Flash Droughts: A Local to Global Analysis of Rapid Drought Intensification and their Associated Impacts Jordan Christian   Friday, November 6th 2:00pm Central Time (US and Canada)   Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 949 3961 3708 Passcode: 02824954 Flash drought is characterized by the rapid intensification toward drought conditions and is […]

Tyler Green – November 6

Name:     Tyler Green Title:    Impact of Assimilating WSR-88D Radar Observations for the Analysis and Prediction of the Eyewall Replacement Cycle for Hurricane Matthew (2016) using the HWRF hybrid EnVar System Location: Date:     2020/11/06 Time:     03:00 PM Series:   Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Abstract: As hurricane Matthew paralleled the east coast of Florida on October 6th-7th, its […]
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