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Dec
01

Matthew Bray- December 1

Weather and Climate Systems Characteristics of Long-track Tropopause Polar Vortices Matthew Bray Wednesday, December 1 3:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Tropopause polar vortices (TPVs) are closed, cyclonic circulations centered on the tropopause that form and mostly reside in high latitudes. TPVs have been shown to influence surface features, and so a greater understanding of […]

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Nov
17

Madeline Clark Frank – November 17

Weather and Climate Systems   Comparison of sea ice processes in observations and CESM2 data   Madeline Clark Frank   Wednesday, November 17 3:00 PM Online   Arctic amplification is generally well represented in climate models. However, even the most sophisticated climate models have been unable to capture observed trends in various Arctic processes such […]

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Nov
10

Emily Tinney – November 10

Weather and Climate Systems Occurrence, Sources, and Transport Characteristics of Observed Water Vapor Extrema in the Lower Stratosphere Emily Tinney Wednesday, November 10 03:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Stratospheric water vapor has been shown to have a substantial impact on the radiation budget and surface climate, with per molecule impacts of water vapor maximized […]

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Nov
03

Joseph Burzdak – November 3

Weather and Climate Systems   Characteristics and Lifecycles of Northern Hemisphere Anticyclonic Tropopause Polar Vortices Joseph Burzdak   Wednesday, November 3 3:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr   Tropopause polar vortices (TPVs) are sub-synoptic, long-lived, closed circulation features located in the upper-troposphere and lower-stratosphere (UTLS) region. The formation of TPVs is unique to polar regions, […]

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Oct
27

Melanie Schroers – October 27

Weather and Climate Systems   Informed Science from a Subseasonal Perspective: Initial Lessons Learned from PRES2iP Workshop 2   Melanie Schroers   Wednesday, October 27 3:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Prediction of climate extremes at the subseasonal to seasonal (S2S) time scale has become a large topic of conversation between researchers and stakeholders. Fourteen-day […]

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Oct
20

Shun-Nan Wu – October 20

Weather and Climate Systems   The Role of Cloud-Radiation Interactions in Accelerating Tropical Cyclone Development   Shun-Nan Wu   Wednesday, October 20 3:00 PM Google Meet   This study examines how cloud-radiation interactions affect the development of tropical cyclones (TCs) using satellite measurements and idealized model simulations. A complete understanding of TC genesis remains unclear. […]

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Oct
13

Bryony Louise Puxley – October 13

Weather and Climate Systems   Precipitation Whiplash Events Across the Southern Great Plains of the United States   Bryony Louise Puxley   Wednesday, October 13 3:00pm Join Google Meet:  https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr   The Southern Great Plains is a region that is prone to precipitation extremes and transitions between them which have direct impacts on agriculture, infrastructure, […]

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Oct
06

Elisa Murillo – October 6

Weather and Climate Systems Environmental and Storm Characteristics Associated with Warm and Cold Above-Anvil Cirrus Plumes Elisa Murillo Wednesday, October 6 3:00pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Or dial: (US) +1 314-649-9181 PIN: 293 300 648# Above-anvil cirrus plumes (AACPs) in midlatitude convection serve as important indicators for severe storms and stratospheric hydration events. Recent studies […]

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Sep
29

Erin Jones – September 29

Weather and Climate Systems   Multi-Resolution and Multiscale Hybrid 4DEnVar for FV3GFS to Improve Global and Tropical Cyclone Numerical Prediction   Erin Jones   Wednesday, September 29th 3:00 pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Or dial: (US) +1 314-649-9181 PIN: 293 300 648# The genesis and intensification of several meteorological features, notably tropical cyclones and frontal […]

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Sep
22

Zhihong Chen – September 22

Weather and Climate Systems Seminar   Impact of Data Assimilation and Model Physics on the predictability of the 2012 Great Arctic Cyclone   Zhihong Chen   Wednesday, September 22nd 3:00 pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Or dial: ‪(US) +1 314-649-9181 PIN: ‪293 300 648#   As human activity thrives in the Arctic, accurate prediction […]

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