Weather and Climate Systems

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Feb
23

Chris Rattray – February 23

Weather and Climate Systems Forecasting the Forecast with Deep Learning Chris Rattray Wednesday, February 23 3:30 PM Global numerical weather prediction systems produce occasional significant drops in the accuracy of their forecasts often referred to as “forecast busts” in the literature. Despite recent efforts, understanding the causes of these forecast failures remains challenging, but essential. […]

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Feb
23

Amanda Murphy – February 23

Weather and Climate Systems Discussion and Analysis of the GridRad-Severe Dataset and Methodology Amanda Murphy Wednesday, February 23 03:00 PM Join Google Meet! https://meet.google.com/hwd-ruyp-grx Many studies have aimed to identify novel characteristics of storms that are indicative of current or future severe weather potential. Such fine-scale analyses are often limited to a handful of case […]

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Feb
16

Taozhong Huang – February 16

Weather and Climate Systems A Correlation-based Inversion Method for Aerosol Property (CIMAP) Retrieval: A Case Study Using AERONET and POLDER Measurements Taozhong Huang Wednesday, February 16 03:00 PM Online Aerosol remote sensing often involves a large volume of spatial and temporal data to be processed. Both retrieval efficiency and accuracy are essential. To this end, […]

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Feb
09

Taylor Grace – February 9

Weather and Climate Systems Precursor Heat Wave Events to the March 2017 Wildfires across the Southern Great Plains Taylor Grace Wednesday, February 9 3:00 PM Google Meet The State of Oklahoma has experienced anomalously warmer periods during the 2021-2022 winter season. To date, literature has predominantly studied heat waves during warmer months (i.e., May and […]

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Feb
02

Gabriel Bromley – February 2

Weather and Climate Systems Postdoctoral Researcher Gabriel Bromley Wednesday, February 2 3:30 PM Virtual The northern North American Great Plains (NNAGP) is the area defined by the Upper Missouri River Basin and the Canadian Prairies. It is a semi-arid region categorized by large stretches of grassland, pasture, and crops. During the last century and extending […]

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Feb
02

Ben Davis – February 2

Weather and Climate Systems Comparison of Wet Bulb Globe Temperature in ERA5 reanalysis to the Oklahoma Mesonet Ben Davis Wednesday, February 2 3:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/hwd-ruyp-grx  Or dial: (US) +1 631-606-4405 PIN: 969 510 983# Heat waves can have significant impacts on society through impacts on health and infrastructure. Research on heat wave […]

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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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