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Seminar Series 2014

Atmospheric Science


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Date Speaker and Affiliation Title
Fri., Nov. 21, 3:10 pm, EN6085

Binod Pokharel, University of Wyoming


Tu., Nov. 4, 3:10 pm, EN6085

Emily V. Fischer, Assistant Professor, Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

Fresh insights into the sources and distribution of peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN) from new in situ and satellite observations

Mon., Nov. 3, 3:10 pm, EN6085

Takanobu Yamaguchi, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory,
Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado

On the relationship between open cellular convective cloud patterns and the spatial distribution of precipitation

Th., Oct. 30, 3:10 pm, CR118

Yuan Wang, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology

Aerosol-Cloud-Climate Interactions from Regional to Global Scale
Mon., Oct. 27, 3:10 pm, EN6085

Chris Golaz, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, NOAA, Princeton University

Alternate Worlds in a Global Climate Model

Fri., Oct. 24, 3:10 pm, EN6085

Lulin Xue, NCAR

Glaciogenic seeding of wintertime orographic clouds: A numerical simulation point of view

Tu., Oct. 21, 3:10 pm, EN6085

Zachary Lebo, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences,  University of Colorado,Chemical Sciences Division, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory

How sensitive are deep convective clouds to changes in aerosol number concentration?

Tu., Oct. 14, 3:10 pm, EN6085 Dr. Zheng Lu, Univ. of Wyoming

Examining the Impact of Wildfire Smoke Aerosol on Clouds, Precipitation, and Radiative Fluxes in Northern America and Russia Using a Fully Coupled Meso-scale Model WRF-Chem-SMOKE and Satellite Data

Tu., Oct. 7, 3:10 pm, EN6085

David Plummer, Univ. of Wyoming

Microphysical Structure of Generating Cells and Fall Streaks in the Comma Head of Winter Cyclones

Fri., Oct 3, 3:30 pm, EN6085

Sandip Pal,

Investigation of convective boundary layer mixing and turbulence from a lidar perspective

Wed., Oct. 1, 3:30 pm, Encana Audtorium

Duncan Axisa, National Center for Atmospheric Research

In Situ Observations of New Particle Formation in the Mid-latitude Upper Troposphere

Fri., Sep. 26, 2:10 pm, EN2102

Ilana. B. Pollack, University of Colorado

Using airborne measurements to investigate air quality

Th., Sep. 25, 3:10 pm, EN6085

Jón Egill Kristjánsson, University of Oslo

How might Climate Engineering Influence the Hydrological Cycle?

Tu., Sep. 23, 3:10 pm, EN6085 Robert Jackson, Univ. of Illinois

Assessing the impact of shattered artifact removal algorithms and anti-shatter tips on ice crystal size distributions, and bulk and optical properties from 2D Cloud Probes during ISDAC, IDEAS-2011.

Tu., Sep. 16,3:10 pm, EN6085

Damien Vignelles, CNRS (France)

Measuring the vertical distributions of the upper tropospheric and stratospheric dust with a LOAC aerosol counter under meteorological balloons

Fri., Sep. 12, 4:10 pm, EN6085

Frank Weinhold, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

The Compact Optical Backscatter AerosoL Detector (COBALD): Operation, Data Analysis, Applications

Mon., Aug. 4, 4:00 pm, EN6085 Host: Bart Geerts  Xiaoqin Jing, MS Thesis Defense, UW/ATSC

Dual-Polarization Radar Data Analysis of the Impact of Ground-Based Glaciogenic Seeding on Winter  Orographic Clouds. 

Seminar: Tuesday, 22 July 2014, EN6085 at 3:00 pm

Binod Pokharel

The Impact of Glaciogenic Seeding on Snowfall from Winter Orographic Clouds over the Mountains in Wyoming: A Multi-sensor Study

Fri., May 30, 3:10 pm, EN6085, Host: Bart Geerts  Philip Bergmaier, MS Thesis Defense, UW/ATSC

Characteristics and Climatology of Drylines Occurring Over the Higher Terrain of Southeast Wyoming  

Fri., Apr. 25, 3:10 pm, EN6085, Host: Zhien Wang  John Haynes, Colorado State/CIRA

Southern Ocean Cloud Regimes Using Combined Active and Passive Satellite Observations 

Fri., Apr. 18, 3:10 pm, EN6085, Host: Jeff Snider  Shun Nakao, Colorado State

Droplet activation of wet particles: development of the Wet CCN approach 

Wed., Apr. 16, 4:10 pm, CR306, Host: Faculty Senate Seminar  Bart Geerts, UW/ATSC

Enhanced Water Recovery from Clouds:  Is it Possible? 

Tues., Apr. 15, 3:10 pm, EN6085, Host: Bart Geerts  Robert Oglesby, Univ. Nebraska

Methods, Successes, and Pitfalls in Dynamical Downscaling of GCM Simulations of Climate Change: Case studies from Mesoamerica and Asia 

Mon., April 14, 3:10 pm, CR214, Host: Xiaohong Liu  Joyce Penner, U. Michigan

The CAM/IMPACT/CoCiP Coupled Climate Model: Radiative forcing by aircraft in spreading contrails and large-scale cirrus 

Friday, Apr. 11, 3:10 pm, EN6085, Host: Terry Deshler  Tom Vonderhaar, CSU

Global Variations of Water Vapor, the Principal Greenhouse Gas and Key Unknown in Earth's Water and Energy Cycles 

Thurs., 3 April, 3:10 pm, CR310, Host: Terry Deshler  Susan Solomon, MIT

Ozone Hole

Tues.,  25 Mar., 1:00pm, CL222, Host: Robert Kelly David Reed, UW/PiE Observing and diagnosing biological fluxes and canopy mechanisms with implications for climate change and ecosystem disturbance
Fri., 7 Mar., 3:10 pm, EN6085, Host: Bart Geerts Noriaki Ohara, Civil Engineering, Univ. of Wyoming Mesoscale Numerical Weather Model for Probable Maximum Precipitation Estimation 
Mon., Feb. 24, 3:10 pm, EN6085, Host: Tom Parish Gannet Haller, Desert Research Institute, Storm Peak Laboratory Persistent Daily New Particle Formation at a Mountain-Top Location 
Thurs., 20 Feb., 4:10pm, EN1062, Host: Tom Parish Sebastian Schmidt, LASP, U. Colorado The Radiative Effects of Atmospheric Constituents: A Detailed View from Aircraft Observations
Tues., 18 Feb., 12:00 n, EN6085, Host: Tom Parish Jeff French, UW/ATSC Observations and Preliminary Analysis from COPE-MED
Fri., 31 Jan., 1:10pm, EN6085, Host: Tom Parish Sara Lance, SPEC Inc. Experimental Studies of Aerosol-Cloud Interactions
Thurs., 23 Jan., 3:10 pm, EN6085, Host: Shane Murphy Andrea Clements, CSU Developing a Method for Measuring Emission Fluxes From Unconventional Natural Gas Extraction: An Overview of The Garfield Country Study

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