Dr. Leonard Smith- April 15
Abstract: A Geometric View of the Ins and Outs of Simulation-based Forecasting Leonard A Smith Centre for the Analysis of Time Series, LSE Pembroke College, Oxford. Since the 1950’s weather forecasting (on every timescale) has been challenged by the nonlinearity of our models and the limits of our computational power.
Jennifer Kay-March 12 Colloquium
Using observations and models to understand the warming Arctic
Marcela Salazar-February 5 Colloquium
Determining the effectiveness of satellite remote sensing products to quantify aerosol pollution in the semi-arid western U.S.
Feng Xu-January 15 Colloquium
Polarimetric Aerosol and Cloud Remote Sensing: from AirMSPI to MAIA
Dr. Kevin Trenberth-Gal-Chen Memorial Lectureship-November 27
The changing flow of energy through the Earth’s Climate System
Dr. Ben Schenkel – September 11 Colloquium
Does Ambient Deep-Tropospheric Vertical Wind Shear Influence Tornado Occurrence during Landfalling Tropical Cyclones?