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Bobby Saba

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Mobile Lidar Observations of Supercell Inflow During the TORUS-LItE Field Campaign Bobby Saba NWC 1350 / 3:00 PM   Abstract:   During the Targeted Observations using Radars and UAS of Supercells – Left-flank Intensive Experiment (TORUS – LItE), the National Severe Storms Laboratory operated a single doppler wind lidar (DWL). The […]

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Taozhong Huang

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Weather and Climate Systems  A Comparison of MISR and MAIAC Surface Climatology and Conversion of Their Model Parameters  Taozhong Huang  Wednesday, May 1st  NWC 1350 / 3:00 PM Abstract:NASA’s MAIA (Multi-Angle Imager for Aerosols) investigation will seek to understand how different types of aerosols affect human health. In order to better constrain aerosol properties in […]

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Katie Giannakopoulos

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Weather and Climate Systems Katie Giannakopoulos Characterizing Wintertime Temperature Whiplash in the US Southern Plains May 1st, 2024 3:00 pm / NWC 1350 Abstract: Rapid extreme temperature swings, termed “temperature whiplashes”, can cause significant socioeconomic impacts on energy, agriculture, and transportation. Few studies have considered temperature whiplashes, however most consider global, continental, or other large […]

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Lauren Pounds

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Lauren Pounds Creating a Database of Observed Soundings from the VORTEX-SE, meso18-19, and PERiLS Field Campaigns to Study Different Southeast US Convective Environments April 26th, 2024 3:30 pm / NWC 1350 Abstract: Observed soundings from field projects in the southeast U.S., including VORTEX-SE (2016–2020), meso18-19 (2018–2019), and PERiLS (2022–2023), are used […]

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Yu-Shin Kim

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Yu-Shin Kim Simultaneous Multi-scale Data Assimilation of GOES-16 ABI All-Sky Radiances for a Dryline Convection under Various Scale Forcings April 26th, 2024 3:00 pm / NWC 1350 Abstract: This study aims to investigate the impact of simultaneous Multi-scale Data Assimilation (MDA) of GOES-16 ABI infrared all-sky radiance on the dynamics of […]

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Daniel Kubalek

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Master’s Thesis Defense impacts of multi-scale predictors on random forest based probabilistic forecasts of severe weather hazards  Friday, April 26th, 2024  NWC 1313 / 1:00 pm  If unable to attend in person Join Zoom:   https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/7757213580?pwd=MWUwMkhlZ1BmRjlXbnVraVFUSjFMZz09  Abstract: Machine learning (ML) algorithms utilized for post-processing of convection-allowing model/ensemble (CAM/CAE) output has been a major area of research […]

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Oluwafemi Omitusa

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Oluwafemi Omitusa Characterizing the Effects of Land Cover Heterogeneity on Convective Cells and Precipitation in Houston, Texas April 25th, 2024 3:00 pm / NWC 1350 Abstract: Urbanization profoundly impacts local meteorology and precipitation processes, as urban landscapes modify heat, moisture, and momentum fluxes in the boundary layer. For example, past modeling […]

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Amanda G. Richter

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ARRC Seminar Amanda G. Richter An Airborne Multifrequency Microwave Analysis of Precipitation within Two Winter Cyclones Thursday, April 25th 1:30 pm / NWC 1350 If unable to attend, please join via zoom meeting: https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/93078394162?pwd=Y2ZlRDBnNVRJUlBrUERqL2pWYUlHdz09 Meeting ID: 93078394162 Passcode: 06207489 Abstract: NASA’s Investigation of Microphysics and Precipitation for Atlantic Coast-Threatening Snowstorms (IMPACTS) field campaign gathered data […]

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Nathan Kuhr

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ARRC Seminar Nathan Kuhr Characterization and Detection of Downburst Precursor Signatures using Adaptive Scanning Strategies from All-digital Phased Array Radar (PAR) Thursday, April 25th, 2024 1:00 pm/ NWC 1350 Abstract: Phased array radar (PAR) is being explored as a potential candidate for the replacement upon the retirement of the current dish-based WSR-88D radar network across […]

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Erin Jones

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Weather and Climate Systems Erin Jones Flow-Dependent Vertical Localization in GFS Hybrid 4DEnVar for Improvement of Global and Tropical Cyclone Track Numerical Prediction April 24th, 2024 3:30 pm NWC 1350 Abstract: In ensemble-based data assimilation for numerical weather prediction, limitations in ensemble size due to computational cost restrictions introduce spurious background forecast error correlations.  Covariance […]

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