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Seminar Series 2012

Atmospheric Science

 

Comments? Please contact Derek Montague (Montague@uwyo.edu).

Date Speaker and Affiliation Title
Thurs., 15 Nov, 3:00 pm, EN1062 Loknath Adhikari
PhD Student, UW/ATSC

Study of cloud properties and processes in the polar regions by combining satellite and ground-based remote sensing measurements

16 Oct, 3:00 pm, EN6085A Janice Coen, NCAR/MMM 

Coupled Weather-Fire Modeling of Large Wildland Fires

9 Oct, 2:45 pm, EN6085A Damao Zhang, UW/ATSC Studying Mid-level Liquid-layer Topped Stratiform Clouds from Multiple Remote Sensing Measurements
2 Oct, 3:00 pm, EN6085A Binod Pokharel, UW/ATSC

Impact of Glaciogenic Cloud Seeding on Orographic Snowfall: New Evidence from the ASCII 2012 Campaign

27 Sept, 2:45 pm, EN1062 Jayson Stemmler, UW/ATSC

The Effect of Cloud Processes on Microphysical and Optical Properties in Oceanic Stratocumulus

NOT usual day/time/location

18 Sept. 2012 Zhien Wang, University of Wyoming Chasing aerosols and clouds from my hometown in China to Kyoto, Japan
11 Sept 2012 Matthew Beals, Michigan Tech Improved in situ cloud microphysics measurements with digital holography and the HOLODEC II
15 August 2012 (Wedn.) Stefano Serafin and Lukas Strauss, University of Vienna A Case Study of Non-stationary Boundary Layer Separation and Rotor Formation

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