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Abdulamid Fakoya – May 4

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Weather and Climate Systems Assessment and Comparison of Aerosol Properties from AERONET and MODIS Products in the Southeast Atlantic. Abdulamid Fakoya Wednesday, May 4 03:30 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/dai-kdtr-gtz Aerosols lead to radiative forcing due to their interaction with solar radiation and their roles in the alteration of cloud lifetime and properties. Biomass burning (BB) […]

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Qing Niu – May 4

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Weather and Climate Systems Meteorological Controls of Southern Ocean (50°S-68°S, 63°E-150°E) Boundary Layer CCN-active Aerosols during the MARCUS Qing Niu Wednesday, May 4 03:00 PM Online The Southern Ocean (SO) is one of the most pristine environments on Earth because of its remoteness, providing a natural laboratory to study aerosol-clouds interactions in varying meteorological conditions. […]

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David Harrison – April 29

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Research for Operations: Machine Learning Co-Production in Operational Meteorology David Harrison Friday, April 29 03:00 PM METR 5600 Machine learning, deep learning, and other artificial intelligence (AI) methods are becoming popular tools within the meteorological research community.  However, despite the breadth of promising AI research and its increasing adoption within operational […]

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Alyssa Woodward – April 27

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Weather and Climate Systems A Multidimensional Analysis of an Anomalous, High-Impact, Early-Season Ice Storm in Oklahoma Alyssa Woodward Wednesday, April 27 03:00 PM Google Meet Between 26-28 October 2020, an anomalous, high-impact, and early-season ice storm affected much of Oklahoma. This was the first time the National Weather Service (NWS) Forecast Offices in both Norman […]

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Lauren Pounds – April 26

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Hailstone Trajectory and Surface Hailfall Analysis in the 29-30 May 2012 Kingfisher, OK Supercell Lauren Pounds Tuesday, April 26 12:00 PM Join Google Meet:https://meet.google.com/nqx-fmak-div  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 29-30 May 2012. […]

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Matheus Gomes – April 25

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Boundary Layer, Urban Meteorology, and Land-Surface Processes Nocturnal ascent and low-level jet over a baroclinic area Matheus Gomes Monday, April 25 03:00 PM Virtual A remarkable feature of the regional climatology of the central United States and the Great Plains is the existence of a nocturnal maximum in convective rainfall during the warm season. This […]

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Angela Mose – April 22

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Observing System Simulation Experiments using the Warn-On Forecast System and a Passive, Multistatic Radar Network for the 7 May 2020 Northern Texas Hail-Producing Supercell Angela Mose Friday, April 22 03:00 PM NWC 5600 The Warn-On Forecast System (WoFS) is a rapid assimilation, storm-scale, convection-allowing ensemble that aims to provide watch-to-warning guidance […]

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Rachael N. Cross – April 22

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Development of a Radar Simulator and Statistical Techniques to Compare Weak and Strong Tornadic Supercells in Very High-Resolution Numerical Simulations Rachael N. Cross Friday, April 22 3:00 PM NWC 5600 Not only are supercells responsible for the majority of observed tornadoes, but they produce the strongest and longest-lived tornadoes. While there […]

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Ben Schenkel – April 21

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) New insights into tropical cyclone tornadoes Ben Schenkel Thursday, April 21 3:30 PM Join Google Meet: meet.google.com/dsk-amsn-vbk Landfalling tropical cyclones often produce tornadoes that compound damage inflicted by other storm hazards (e.g., inland flooding).  However, current conceptual models do not explain the order of magnitude variability in the number of tornadoes […]

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Ty Dickinson – April 20

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Weather and Climate Systems Forecasting Subseasonal Extreme Precipitation in the Contiguous United States: Examining the Utility of Random Forests Ty Dickinson Wednesday, April 20 03:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/dai-kdtr-gtz Extreme precipitation across multiple timescales is a natural hazard that poses a significant risk to life, with a commensurately large cost through property loss. This study […]

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