Boundary Layer, Urban Meteorology and Land-Surface Processes

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

Dr. Cedrick Ansorge-September 8 BUL Seminar

Scale dependence of Monin–Obukhov similarity theory — Sampling convergence and surface-layer closure

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Apr
28

Jinxin Wang-April 28

Urban Heat Island in the Dallas-Fort Worth during Dry and Wet Summers: An Evaluation of Single-layer and Multi-layer Urban Canopy Models

By Debbie Barnhill |
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Apr
21

Elizabeth Smith-April 21

The Great Plains low-level jet during PECAN: observations, simulations, and ongoing analyses

By Debbie Barnhill |
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Mar
29

Ryan Lagerquist-March 31

Machine Learning for Real-time Prediction of Damaging Straight-line Convective Wind

By Debbie Barnhill |
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Mar
24

Larissa Reames-March 24th

Influence of a Great Plains urban environment on a simulated supercell

By Debbie Barnhill |
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Mar
22

Joshua Gebauer-March 24th

Examining the Cause of Heterogeneous Great Plains Low-Level Jets

By Debbie Barnhill |
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Mar
09

Observations of Moisture Increases During the Southern Great Plains Afternoon to Evening Transition

By Debbie Barnhill |
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Nov
11

In-Situ measurements and remotely sensed estimations of surface fluxes over the Southern Great Plains of the United States.

Evapotranspiration (ET) is an important variable in the hydrologic cycle. As such, improved understanding of the spatial and temporal variability of ET is critical to weather and climate analysis and prediction, water management resources, agriculture, land-use and land-change projects, and ecological research.

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