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Colloquia for Fall 2016

The impact of Mesoscale convective systems on global precipitation: A modeling study
Dec 02, 2016
“The impact of Mesoscale convective systems on global precipitation: A modeling study”
Wei-Kuo Tao from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Hosted by Sue Van Den Heever
Downward influence from the Stratosphere in the extratropics
Nov 18, 2016
“Downward influence from the Stratosphere in the extratropics”
Peter Hitchcock from NCAR
Hosted by Thomas Birner
Atlantic hurricanes and outgoing longwave radiation over Africa: From seasonal predictions to climate change projections
Nov 11, 2016
“Atlantic hurricanes and outgoing longwave radiation over Africa: From seasonal predictions to climate change projections”
Kris Karnauskas from CU Boulder
Hosted by Nick Davis
Wide variability in simulated convective microphysical response to CDNC highlights the ongoing need for observational constraints on aerosol-convection interactions
Nov 07, 2016
“Wide variability in simulated convective microphysical response to CDNC highlights the ongoing need for observational constraints on aerosol-convection interactions”
Bethan White from Oxford
Hosted by Sue van den Heever
Young Scientist Symposium on Atmospheric Research (YSSAR)
Nov 04, 2016
“Young Scientist Symposium on Atmospheric Research (YSSAR)”
Hosted by the FORT Collins Atmospheric ScientisTs (FORTCAST) AMS local chapter and the American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR) CSU chapter
Observational Constraints on Global  Aerosol-Cloud Interactions
Oct 28, 2016
“Observational Constraints on Global Aerosol-Cloud Interactions”
Philip Stier from Oxford University
Hosted by Sue van den Heever
Modifications to a Partially Double Moment Microphysics Parameterization for Hurricane Simulations
Oct 24, 2016
“Modifications to a Partially Double Moment Microphysics Parameterization for Hurricane Simulations”
Bonnie Brown from University of Hawaii
Hosted by Michael Bell
The role of shallow cumulus in the climate system, and  asking how bad is
Oct 21, 2016
“The role of shallow cumulus in the climate system, and asking how bad is "good enough" for climate models”
Brian Medeiros from NCAR
Hosted by Russ Schumacher
Recent Research and Development in Japan to  Improve Typhoon Forecasts
Oct 20, 2016
“Recent Research and Development in Japan to Improve Typhoon Forecasts”
Munehiko Yamaguchi and Kosuke Ito from Japan Meteorological Agency, University of the Ryukyus
Hosted by Michael Bell
Homogeneous Ice Formation in Supercooled Water Clouds
Oct 14, 2016
“Homogeneous Ice Formation in Supercooled Water Clouds”
Bernd Karcher from DLR, Germany
Hosted by Paul Demott
Quantifying carbon cycle feedbacks through the lens of atmospheric CO2 variations
Oct 07, 2016
“Quantifying carbon cycle feedbacks through the lens of atmospheric CO2 variations”
Gretchen Keppel-Aleks from University of Michigan
Hosted by Chris O'Dell
Assessing the impact of the Anthropocene on atmospheric composition using remote sensing from aircraft and space based instrumentation: the SCIAMACHY Project and its legacy
Oct 03, 2016
“Assessing the impact of the Anthropocene on atmospheric composition using remote sensing from aircraft and space based instrumentation: the SCIAMACHY Project and its legacy”
John Burrows from University of Bremen
Hosted by Ravishankara
Can the U.S. Become the World Leader in Numerical Weather Prediction?”
Sep 30, 2016
“Can the U.S. Become the World Leader in Numerical Weather Prediction?””
Fred Carr from University of Oklahoma
Hosted by Russ Schumacher
Do mid-latitude jet shifts cause cloud feedbacks?
Sep 23, 2016
“Do mid-latitude jet shifts cause cloud feedbacks?”
Kevin Grise from University of Virginia
Hosted by Libby Barnes
CSU alumnus
Molecular corridors and global maps of phase state in atmospheric secondary organic aerosols
Sep 19, 2016
“Molecular corridors and global maps of phase state in atmospheric secondary organic aerosols”
Ying Li from Institute of Atmospheric Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences
Hosted by Jeff Collett
The Air You Breathe: An Overview and Early Results from the Front Range Air Pollution and Photochemistry Experiment (FRAPPE)
Sep 16, 2016
“The Air You Breathe: An Overview and Early Results from the Front Range Air Pollution and Photochemistry Experiment (FRAPPE)”
Gabriele Pfister and Frank Flocke from NCAR
Hosted by Emily Fischer
Sources of methane emissions in North America
Sep 12, 2016
“Sources of methane emissions in North America”
Scot Miller from Stanford University
Hosted by Jakob Lindaas
Some problems at the foundation of aerosol-cloud interaction in climate models - or - Why the IPCC may have got it wrong because of what we do to  data, physics and numerics in bin-microphysics LES models
Sep 09, 2016
“Some problems at the foundation of aerosol-cloud interaction in climate models - or - Why the IPCC may have got it wrong because of what we do to data, physics and numerics in bin-microphysics LES models”
Jorgen Jensen from NCAR / EOL / RAF
Hosted by Dave Randall
Contributions of Radio Occultation to Weather and Climate: Using the world’s most accurate and precise thermometer from space
Sep 02, 2016
“Contributions of Radio Occultation to Weather and Climate: Using the world’s most accurate and precise thermometer from space”
Richard Anthes, Therese Rieckh and Shay Gilpin from UCAR
Hosted by Tom Vonder Haar
Clouds, Kelvin Waves, and Convective Onset in the  Madden-Julian Oscillation
Aug 26, 2016
“Clouds, Kelvin Waves, and Convective Onset in the Madden-Julian Oscillation”
Scott Powell from CSU - NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoc
Hosted by Eric Maloney
The Madden-Julian oscillation in the Super-Parameterized CAM: Air-sea interactions and the role of ENSO
Aug 22, 2016
“The Madden-Julian oscillation in the Super-Parameterized CAM: Air-sea interactions and the role of ENSO”
Nick Klingaman from University of Reading
Hosted by Charlotte DeMott