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Presenter: Dave Raymond
From : New Mexico Tech
Date: February 27
Title: The Formation of Tropical Cyclones

Hosted by Sue van den Heever


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History of the Department of Atmospheric Science

Vonder Haar distinguished Professor

    1994

Prof Vonder Haar - Distinguished Professor

Professor Tom Vonder Haar elected to CSU’s University Distinguished Professor group

Defenses

             Masters Defense
Jianbo Liu
Location: ATS Large Classroom (101 ATS)
Date: March 13, 2:30pm
Advisor: Prof. Kummerow
Defense Title: The Spatial and Temporal Properties of Precipitation Uncertainty Structures over Tropical Oceans

December 2014
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Temp: 3°F ( -16°C)
Dewpoint: -3°F ( -19°C)
Relative Humidity: 77%
Wind Speed: 7 mph, gusts 8 mph
(12 km/h, gusts 13 km/h)
Wind Direction: 274°
Pressure: 839 hPa ( 24.80 in)

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