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Tomer Burg – April 22

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Tropopause Polar Vortex Climatology and Linkages with Rossby Wave Initiation Tomer Burg Wednesday, April 22nd 3:00pm Central Time (US and Canada)/Zoom Meeting Join Zoom Meeting https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/505651584 Meeting ID: 505 651 584 Zoom Password: 996546   Tropopause Polar Vortices (TPVs) are coherent vortices along the tropopause, identified by a local minimum in temperature and local maximum in […]

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Rob Van Kleeck – April 21

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Note: As part of the Spring 2020 the online framework, BUL seminars are offered live only to enrolled students and the speaker’s adviser(s) and committee. The live sessions are recorded and made available via the seminar’s mailing list and the BUL website. The Effects of Urban Geometry on Point-Source Scalar Plume Statistics: A Large Eddy […]

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Nathan Lis – April 16

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ARRC Student Seminar Thursday, April 16 @ 1:00 PM  Drop Size Distribution Retrieval from Radar Data to Enhance the Spectral Bin Classification in Detecting Icing Conditions   Nathan Lis School of Meteorology  Zoom link:  https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/327968833 Zoom password: 029695   The emerging Appendix O restrictions on flight into and out of terminal airspaces (TASs) require discrimination between freezing […]

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Noah Brauer – April 15

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Weather and Climate Seminar The Inland Maintenance and Re-intensification of Tropical Storm Bill: Tropical Precipitation Microphysics   Noah Brauer Wednesday, April 15th 3:00pm Central Time (US and Canada)/Zoom Meeting Join Zoom Meeting https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/505651584 Meeting ID: 505 651 584 Zoom Password: 996546   Tropical Storm Bill produced over 400 mm of rainfall to portions of southern Oklahoma […]

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Qingyu Wang – April 14

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Note: As part of the Spring 2020 the online framework, BUL seminars are offered live only to enrolled students and the speaker’s adviser(s) and committee. The live sessions are recorded and made available via the seminar’s mailing list and the BUL website.   GHGs comparisons between WRF-VPRM and tower observations in urban scale Qingyu Wang […]

A Addison Alford- April 8

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Examining the Hurricane Boundary Layer at Landfall   A. Addison Alford Wednesday, April 8th   3:00pm Central Time (US and Canada)/Zoom Meeting Join Zoom Meeting https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/505651584 Meeting ID: 505 651 584 The hurricane boundary layer (HBL) has been well observed offshore by operational and research aircraft. GPS dropwindsonde data have been used to characterize the kinematic […]

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Ryan Lagerquist- April 8

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Using Deep Learning to Improve Prediction and Understanding of High-impact Weather Ryan Lagerquist Wednesday, April 8th 11:00 am  https://oklahoma.zoom.us/j/822210097 Zoom password: 596031   I describe the application of convolutional neural networks (CNN), a type of deep-learning method, to high-impact weather.  CNNs are specially designed to learn directly from spatial grids, which improves both skill and interpretability.  […]

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