MAP Lab Implements Ground Based Radar Data Assimilation Capability
The Multiscale data Assimilation and Predictability lab at the University of Oklahoma School of Meteorology has been working in collaboration with NOAA’s Earth System Research Lab (ESRL) and National Center for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), and Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML). Together, they have successfully implemented the ground based radar data assimilation capability in the NWS […]
OU Professor Wang leads successful collaboration intiative
Prof. Xuguang Wang has been co-leading the data assimilation team of the NOAA Hurricane Forecast Improvement Program (HFIP) since 2012.
OU SMART-R team deploys to Hurricane Irma
Dr. Biggerstaff and his team headed east in the name of science this week, ready to learn from this dangerous storm.
Xu Lu wins Best Student Presentation
Xu Lu has been declared the Best Student Presentation of the 21st AMS IOAS-AOLS Conference in January 2017, for his presentation entitled “Impact of Issues of Vortex Initialization and HWRF Model Errors on Hurricane Inner Core Data Assimilation and Intensity Prediction”.
OU SMART Radar Team to Cover Hurricane Matthew
The OU SMART radar team is deploying a mobile C-band dual-pol radar to Hurricane Matthew