Weather and Climate Systems

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Seraphine Hauser

Weather and Climate Systems  Characteristics of large-scale circulation “forecast busts” over Europe in ERA5 (re-)forecasts  Seraphine Hauser Wednesday, May 8th NWC 1350 / 3:00 pm Abstract: Despite rapid improvement in global-scale numerical weather prediction systems, forecast centers repeatedly experience notable declines in their systems’ forecast accuracy. These occasional very poor forecasts are often referred to […]

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Taozhong Huang

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

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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Erin Jones

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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Wayne Yuan-Huai Tsai

Weather and Climate Systems Wayne Yuan-Huai Tsai Prediction Skills of Rainfall Diurnal Cycle over the Maritime Continent and the Influences from Madden-Julian Oscillation in ECMWF and NCEP S2S Reforecasts April 24th, 2024 3:00 pm NWC 1350 Abstract: The Maritime Continent is one of the rainiest regions globally, where the diurnal cycle of rainfall contributes significantly […]

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Zhihong Chen

Weather and Climate Systems Zhihong Chen Impact of assimilating WindBorne observations following different parts of a TPV on the predictability of an Arctic Cyclone during THINICE Wednesday, April 17th, 2024 3:30 pm NWC 1350 If unable to attend in person, please join us via Zoom: https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/94741626909?from=addon Abstract: The impact of assimilating in situ observations inside […]

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Logan T. Mitchell

Weather and Climate Systems Logan T. Mitchell Refining In Situ Aerosol Measurements via a Simple Threshold Screening Method for ORACLES 2016-2018 April 17, 2024 3:00 pm NWC 1350 Abstract: During ORACLES (ObseRvations of Aerosols above CLouds and their IntEractionS) 2016-2018, in situ Single Scattering Albedo (SSA) was determined using absorption coefficients from Particle Soot Absorption […]

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May
04

Abdulamid Fakoya – May 4

Weather and Climate Systems Assessment and Comparison of Aerosol Properties from AERONET and MODIS Products in the Southeast Atlantic. Abdulamid Fakoya Wednesday, May 4 03:30 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/dai-kdtr-gtz Aerosols lead to radiative forcing due to their interaction with solar radiation and their roles in the alteration of cloud lifetime and properties. Biomass burning (BB) […]

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May
04

Qing Niu – May 4

Weather and Climate Systems Meteorological Controls of Southern Ocean (50°S-68°S, 63°E-150°E) Boundary Layer CCN-active Aerosols during the MARCUS Qing Niu Wednesday, May 4 03:00 PM Online The Southern Ocean (SO) is one of the most pristine environments on Earth because of its remoteness, providing a natural laboratory to study aerosol-clouds interactions in varying meteorological conditions. […]

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Alyssa Woodward – April 27

Weather and Climate Systems A Multidimensional Analysis of an Anomalous, High-Impact, Early-Season Ice Storm in Oklahoma Alyssa Woodward Wednesday, April 27 03:00 PM Google Meet Between 26-28 October 2020, an anomalous, high-impact, and early-season ice storm affected much of Oklahoma. This was the first time the National Weather Service (NWS) Forecast Offices in both Norman […]

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