Weather and Climate Systems

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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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Apr
27

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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Apr
20

Ty Dickinson – April 20

Weather and Climate Systems Forecasting Subseasonal Extreme Precipitation in the Contiguous United States: Examining the Utility of Random Forests Ty Dickinson Wednesday, April 20 03:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/dai-kdtr-gtz Extreme precipitation across multiple timescales is a natural hazard that poses a significant risk to life, with a commensurately large cost through property loss. This study […]

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Apr
13

Maresa Searls – April 13

Weather and Climate Systems Assessing Precipitation Delineation Capabilities of Spaceborne Radars Maresa Searls Wednesday, April 13 03:00 PM Online Precipitation is a primary source of freshwater, is a component of multiple Earth cycles, and has important impacts from natural hazards. Knowing when, where, and how much precipitation is falling is crucial for understanding Earth’s global […]

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Apr
06

Steven Jester – April 6

Weather and Climate Systems Constraint of Vegetation Photosynthesis and Respiration Model (VPRM) parameters using a Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) technique Steven Jester Wednesday, April 6 03:00 PM Online The Vegetation and Respiration Model (VPRM) is a land-surface model that simulates the flux of carbon dioxide (CO2). This is done by using certain meteorological parameters […]

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Mar
30

Emily Lenhardt – March 30

Weather and Climate Systems Relationships between Cloud Condensation Nuclei Concentrations and Lidar Observables for Specific Aerosol types and their Applications in Evaluating Aerosol-Cloud Interactions Emily Lenhardt Wednesday, March 30 3:00 PM Join Google Meet! Aerosols that activate to become cloud droplets, termed cloud condensation nuclei (CCN), provide the direct microphysical link that drive aerosol-cloud interactions […]

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Mar
23

Tomer Burg – March 23

Weather and Climate Systems Sensitivity of the February 2021 U.S. Cold-Air Outbreak to Tropopause Polar Vortex Intensity Tomer Burg Wednesday, March 23 3:00 PM Tropopause Polar Vortices (TPVs) are coherent vortices along the tropopause, with cyclonic TPVs identified by a local minimum in temperature and local maximum in potential vorticity along the dynamic tropopause. TPVs […]

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Mar
23

Noah Brauer – March 23

Weather and Climate Systems Hurricane Laura (2020): A Comparison of Drop Size Distribution Moments Using Ground and Radar Remote Sensing Retrieval Methods Noah Brauer Wednesday, March 23 3:00 PM NWC Hurricane Laura was the strongest hurricane to make landfall in Louisiana since 1969 with maximum sustained winds of 130 knots. One University of Oklahoma Shared […]

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Mar
09

Oliver T Millin – March 9

Weather and Climate Systems The Stratospheric Processes Influencing Cold Air Outbreaks in the Great Plains of the United States Oliver T Millin Wednesday, March 9 03:00 PM Join Google Meet! https://meet.google.com/hwd-ruyp-grx Wintertime cold air outbreaks (CAOs) are extreme cold events involving the displacement of cold air into the midlatitudes from a polar origin. CAOs in […]

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