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Presenter: Michael Bell
From : University of Hawaii
CSU Alumnus
Date: September 19
Title: Observations of Tropical Cyclone Eyewall Convective Structure and Forcing

Hosted by Sue van den Heever


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Sonia Kreidenweis

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Expansion of Atmospheric Chemistry program with arrival of Sonia Kreidenweis and Jeff Collet

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Temp: 52°F ( 11°C)
Dewpoint: 40°F ( 5°C)
Relative Humidity: 64%
Wind Speed: 1 mph, gusts 2 mph
(2 km/h, gusts 4 km/h)
Wind Direction: 96°
Pressure: 839 hPa ( 24.80 in)

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