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Chris Rattray – July 29

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense   Evolution of the Structure and Dynamics of the Nocturnal Low-Level Jet after the Passage of a Cold Front and Insights into the Initiation and Maintenance of Nocturnal Convection   Chris Rattray   Thursday, July 29th 2:00pm   Google Meet joining info Video call link: https://meet.google.com/ecw-juwq-cqw Or dial: ‪(US) […]

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Tyler Green – July 27

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense   Impact of Assimilating Ground-Based and Airborne Radar Observations for the Analysis and Prediction of the Eyewall Replacement Cycle of Hurricane Matthew (2016) using HWRF Hybrid 3DEnVar System   Tyler Green   Tuesday, July 27th 2:00pm   Google Meet: Video call link: https://meet.google.com/esv-acdr-moh Or dial: ‪(US) +1 414-909-4922 PIN: ‪657 […]

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Morgan Schneider – July 22

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense Quantifying and Mitigating Debris-Induced Bias in Radar Measurements of Tornadic Winds   Morgan Schneider   Thursday, July 22nd 1:00pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/vhv-yqwv-crr Or dial: ‪(US) +1 857-309-5338 PIN: ‪716 530 781#   The centrifuging of lofted tornadic debris is known to cause bias in Doppler radar measurements […]

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Trey Greenwood – July 19

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense   Analysis of Tornadic Supercells Using Two Rapid-Scan, Mobile Doppler Radars   Trey Greenwood   Monday, July 19th 10:30am Join Zoom: https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/97047442520?pwd=eHVzem9wbHBBcDQzWTgvUUpqV2NzZz09 Meeting ID: 970 4744 2520 Passcode: 75063553 Mobile Doppler radar is a critical tool in studying microscale phenomena, including tornadoes, in supercell thunderstorms at close-range. However, a […]

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Tyler Young – July 8

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense   GOES-R Stereoscopic Cloud Top Retrieval Algorithm Using Normalized Cross-Correlation for 1-min Overshoot Analysis   Tyler Young   Thursday, July 8, 1:00 pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/uva-fqgr-kkp Or dial: ‪(US) +1 505-658-2178 PIN: ‪575 365 334#   Satellite-based cloud top height (CTH) analyses are instrumental in understanding storm […]

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Emily Lenhardt – July 6

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense   Relationships Between Lidar Aerosol Extinction and Backscatter Coefficients with CCN Number Concentrations in the Southeast Atlantic   Emily Lenhardt   Tuesday, July 6th 1:00pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/hoh-gcck-ydz Or dial: ‪(US) +1 715-802-1494 PIN: ‪118 832 155#   Due to seasonal biomass burning and the presence of a […]

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Anna Wanless – June 29

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense   Examining Extreme Rainfall Forecast and Communication Processes in the South Central United States   Anna Wanless   Tuesday, June 29 1:00 pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/nko-vhsx-dyh Or dial: ‪(US) +1 707-563-1218 PIN: ‪694 833 170#   Extreme rainfall events have increased in parts of the country and climate […]

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Hristo G. Chipilski – June 21

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School of Meteorology Colloquium   ASSIMILATION OF GROUND-BASED REMOTE SENSORS FOR IMPROVING THE PREDICTION OF BORE-GENERATING NOCTURNAL CONVECTION   Hristo G. Chipilski   Monday, June 21st 9:00am Google Meet link: https://meet.google.com/ssj-ytfx-zeo Or dial: ‪(US) +1 903-471-8006 PIN: ‪194 533 171#         Advances in Numerical Weather Prediction require synchronous enhancements to the underlying Global Observing System. […]

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Jessica Blair – June 18

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense   Modeling CCN effects on Electrification within High and Low Precipitation Supercells   Jessica Blair Friday, June 18th 10:00am   Join Zoom Meeting https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/95905473215?pwd=RFdBWU1keTR0WTJXOVZPbHl0bmlSZz09 Cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) are known to affect both the electrical and the dynamic evolution of storms, but the effects on storm electrification in different […]

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Rachael Cross – June 17

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School of Meteorology MS Thesis Defense   Exploring Observational Tornado Debris Signature Hypotheses Using Radar Simulations and Large-Eddy Simulations   Rachael Cross Thursday, June 17th 2:00pm   Join Google Meet:   https://meet.google.com/syz-teay-nmk Or dial: ‪(US) +1 267-553-6245 PIN: ‪811 150 970#   Tornadoes can loft various types and sizes of debris, sometimes resulting in a polarimetric radar signature […]

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