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Atmospheric Science|College of Engineering and Applied Science

Seminar Series: Spring 2014

Comments? Please contact Shane.Murphy@uwyo.edu.

Date Speaker and Affiliation Title

Link to 2013 schedule

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2014

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Fri., July 18, 9:00 am, 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. 

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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