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Joel McAuliffe – June 29

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School of Meteorology Colloquium   A comparative Convective Study between the Local Particle Filter and Ensemble Kalman Filter with the Gridpoint Statistical Interpolation System   Joel McAuliffe Monday, June 29th 1:00 pm  Join Google Meeting meet.google.com/gpo-dokq-brn   The localized particle filter (LPF) is a recent advance in ensemble data assimilation for numerical weather prediction. Derived […]

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Makenzie Krocak – June 12

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School of Meteorology Colloquium If we forecast it, they may (or may not) use it: sub-daily severe weather timing information and its utility for forecasters, stakeholders, and end users Makenzie J Krocak Friday, June 12th 2:00 pm   Join Zoom Meeting https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/98827021217?pwd=SndZR3VwdlhEeDZ6d0MzWlQ2bkhnQT09 Meeting ID: 988 2702 1217 Password: 975450 Severe weather causes significant damage and […]

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Bo Huang – April 30

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School of Meteorology Colloquium   Reducing Sampling Errors of the Background Error Covariance Estimate in Ensemble-based Data Assimilation   Bo Huang  Thursday, April 30 @ 9:00 AM (Central time) https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/93220661533?pwd=U2x3QzNmUnZ5QmQ2ZzhyMGtaejk5QT09 Meeting ID: 932 2066 1533 Password: 893184   Ensemble-based data assimilation (DA) estimates forecast error in a flow-dependent fashion, in contrast to the traditional variational […]

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Amanda Murphy – April 29

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Name:     Amanda Murphy Title:    Mesocyclone Vertical Alignment in Tornadic and Non-Tornadic Supercells: A Case Study Location: Zoom Date:     2020/04/29 Time:     03:00 PM Series:   Weather and Climate Systems Join Zoom Meeting https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/505651584 Zoom Password: 996546 Abstract: Recent studies have examined the vertical alignment of the mesocyclone in tornadic and non-tornadic supercells. Homeyer et al. (in prep) examined […]

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Stuart Edris – April 28

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Note: As part of the Spring 2020 the online framework, BUL seminars are offered live only to enrolled students and the speaker’s adviser(s) and committee. The live sessions are recorded and made available via the seminar’s mailing list and the BUL website. Climatological Analysis of Flash Drought Criteria Stuart Edris – M.S. Student, School of Meteorology […]

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Mauricio Oliveira – April 24

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Large Sensitivity of Supercell Morphology, Cold Pool Intensity, and Tornadogenesis to Single- and Multimoment Microphysics   Mauricio I. Oliveira VIDEO AVAILABLE  OF THE SEMINAR ON GOOGLE DRIVE LINK: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HBfNsgQj6VoyCQY8KbWCH4IGraNhQiZm ABSTRACT High-resolution numerical simulations of tornadic storms can exhibit extreme sensitivity to microphysics parameterizations. A simple change from a single to a multimoment scheme can drastically […]

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Tim Supinie – April 24

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 Four-Dimensional Ensemble Kalman Filter Assimilation of High Temporal Resolution Phased Array Radar Data With Real Convective Storm Cases   Tim Supinie Friday, April 24th 2:00 PM CDT   Join Zoom Meeting https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/592764373?pwd=bkMySkU2bEorWDVjSytqanhRNXF6dz09   Zoom Meeting ID: 592 764 373 Password: 423984   With the US National Weather Service (NWS) Weather Surveillance Radar-1988 Doppler (WSR-88D) radar network […]

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Tomer Burg – April 22

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Tropopause Polar Vortex Climatology and Linkages with Rossby Wave Initiation Tomer Burg Wednesday, April 22nd 3:00pm Central Time (US and Canada)/Zoom Meeting Join Zoom Meeting https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/505651584 Meeting ID: 505 651 584 Zoom Password: 996546   Tropopause Polar Vortices (TPVs) are coherent vortices along the tropopause, identified by a local minimum in temperature and local maximum in […]

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Rob Van Kleeck – April 21

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Note: As part of the Spring 2020 the online framework, BUL seminars are offered live only to enrolled students and the speaker’s adviser(s) and committee. The live sessions are recorded and made available via the seminar’s mailing list and the BUL website. The Effects of Urban Geometry on Point-Source Scalar Plume Statistics: A Large Eddy […]

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