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All Faculty Meeting Student Org Events Career Development School of Meteorology Colloquium Social Event/Celebration Academic Calendar National Weather Center Colloquia Boundary Layer, Urban Meteorology and Land-Surface Processes School of Meteorology (Defense) Weather and Climate Systems Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics)

Kevin Thiel – January 28

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Intercomparisons of Geostationary Lightning Mapper with ABI and MRMS Datasets Kevin Thiel Friday, January 28 3:00 PM Virtual Lightning observations from the GOES-R Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) provides a new view of convection for the forecasting and severe storms research communities. As an optical sensor, the GLM is able to provide […]

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Mauricio I. Oliveira – December 10

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense Cyclic Tornadogenesis and Horizontal Vortex Tubes in High-Resolution Idealized Simulations of Supercells   Mauricio I. Oliveira December 10th 1:00 pm NWC 5600   Despite enormous progress in our understanding of tornadic supercells obtained over the last several decades, many aspects regarding the evolution of these storms require further investigation. […]

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Michael Hosek – December 3

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Radar and Thermodynamic Analysis of the Low-Level Structure of the 6 April 2018 Monroe, LA Tornadic Supercell Michael Hosek Friday, December 3 03:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/iru-ggiv-afj During the Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment Southeast (VORTEX-SE), a tornadic supercell near Monroe, LA was well sampled by […]

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Siddhant Gupta – December 3

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School of Meteorology Colloquium In Situ and Satellite-Based Estimates of Aerosol-Cloud Interactions Between Biomass Burning Aerosols and Marine Stratocumulus Clouds over the Southeast Atlantic Ocean Siddhant Gupta Friday, December 3rd 12:00 pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/ocw-azzw-wve Low-level, marine stratocumulus clouds provide the largest contribution of all cloud types to the shortwave cloud radiative forcing. Small […]

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Matthew Bray- December 1

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Weather and Climate Systems Characteristics of Long-track Tropopause Polar Vortices Matthew Bray Wednesday, December 1 3:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Tropopause polar vortices (TPVs) are closed, cyclonic circulations centered on the tropopause that form and mostly reside in high latitudes. TPVs have been shown to influence surface features, and so a greater understanding of […]

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David Stang – December 1

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense A Statistical Approach to Diagnosing Storm Mode (Linear vs Isolated) Using Synoptic Scale Variables David Stang Wednesday, December 1st 1:00pm Join Zoom https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/92145193800?pwd=U2NaaVBwenpXcUpXdk5WZVVyRXFmdz09 Determining storm mode (linear or isolated) is a crucial component of any severe weather forecast. Isolated storms are associated with a greater likelihood of significant (EF2+) […]

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Qingyu Wang – November 30

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Boundary Layer, Urban Meteorology, and Land-Surface Processes Evaluation of the impacts of land-surface processes on the PBL: A case study on cropland and grassland Qingyu Wang Tuesday, November 30 2:00 PM Join Google Meet: http://meet.google.com/fcr-hokz-ubf Vegetation and soil moisture impact the surface energy partitioning, land-atmosphere feedbacks, and planetary boundary layer (PBL) characteristics. In this study, […]

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Tyler Bell – November 29

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense Examining Novel Profiling Systems and Their Synergy for Advancing Boundary-Layer Research Tyler Bell Monday, November 29 11:00 AM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/ost-ktmb-edk   In recent years, increased attention has turned to studying the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) as new observing systems have been developed. Traditionally, the ABL has been […]

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Lauren Pounds – November 19

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics)   Analysis of Hail Trajectories from the 29 May 2012 Kingfisher, OK Supercell   Lauren Pounds   Friday, November 19 3:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/iru-ggiv-afj   During the Deep Convective Clouds and Chemistry Experiment (DC3), a wealth of data was collected on a hail-producing tornadic supercell near Kingfisher, OK on […]

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Madeline Clark Frank – November 17

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Weather and Climate Systems   Comparison of sea ice processes in observations and CESM2 data   Madeline Clark Frank   Wednesday, November 17 3:00 PM Online   Arctic amplification is generally well represented in climate models. However, even the most sophisticated climate models have been unable to capture observed trends in various Arctic processes such […]

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