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Colloquia for Spring 2014

Atmospheric nitrogen deposition in China and its environmental impacts
Jun 16, 2014
“Atmospheric nitrogen deposition in China and its environmental impacts”
Prof. Xuejun Liu from College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, China Agricultural University, Beijing, China
Hosted by Jeff Collett
A new approach for parameterizing cloud microphysics based on the prediction of ice-phase particle properties
May 28, 2014
“A new approach for parameterizing cloud microphysics based on the prediction of ice-phase particle properties”
Hugh Morrison from NCAR
Hosted by Sue van den Heever
Observational Studies of the Coupling between Dynamics and Chemistry in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere (UTLS) from Recent Field Campaigns
May 09, 2014
“Observational Studies of the Coupling between Dynamics and Chemistry in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere (UTLS) from Recent Field Campaigns”
Laura Pan from NCAR
Hosted by Thomas Birner
Herbert Riehl and Alumni Award Ceremony
May 06, 2014
“Herbert Riehl and Alumni Award Ceremony”
Hosted by ATS Department
Air Pollution and You: The Fort Collins Commuter Study
May 02, 2014
“Air Pollution and You: The Fort Collins Commuter Study”
John Volckens from Colorado State University Mechanical Engineering & Environmental Health
Hosted by Jeff Pierce
Revisiting the Rectifier: How CALIPSO LIDAR Data Help Quantify the Global Carbon Budget
Apr 25, 2014
“Revisiting the Rectifier: How CALIPSO LIDAR Data Help Quantify the Global Carbon Budget”
Scott Denning from CSU ATS
CSU alumnus
Dynamics of secondary eyewall formation 
observed in Hurricane Rita
Apr 18, 2014
“Dynamics of secondary eyewall formation observed in Hurricane Rita ”
Anthony Didlake from NASA Goddard
Hosted by Emily Fischer
Stratospheric water vapour and climate: from radiative forcing to the global circulation
Apr 11, 2014
“Stratospheric water vapour and climate: from radiative forcing to the global circulation”
Amanda Maycock from University of Cambridge, UK
Hosted by Dave Thompson
An Investigation of Tornado Maintenance and Demise Using VORTEX2 Observations
Apr 04, 2014
“An Investigation of Tornado Maintenance and Demise Using VORTEX2 Observations”
Yvette Richardson from Penn State University
Hosted by Sue van den Heever
How to Talk to Non-Scientists
Mar 28, 2014
“How to Talk to Non-Scientists”
John Calderazzo and Sue Ellen Campbell from CSU Department of English
Hosted by Scott Denning and Russ Schumacher
A New Idealized Modeling Technique for Approximating Environmental Variability
Mar 14, 2014
“A New Idealized Modeling Technique for Approximating Environmental Variability”
Casey Davenport from US Air Force Academy
Hosted by Russ Schumacher
Tracking and Talking Drought in a Changing Climate
Mar 07, 2014
“Tracking and Talking Drought in a Changing Climate”
Mark Svoboda from National Drought Mitigation Center
Hosted by Scott Denning
A study of aerosol impacts on clouds and precipitation development in a large winter cyclone
Feb 28, 2014
“A study of aerosol impacts on clouds and precipitation development in a large winter cyclone”
Greg Thompson from NCAR
Hosted by Russ Schumacher
CSU alumnus

Ecoclimate Teleconnections: remote effects of the interactions between ecosystems and climate
Feb 21, 2014
“ Ecoclimate Teleconnections: remote effects of the interactions between ecosystems and climate”
Abigail Swann from University of Washington
Hosted by Emily Fischer
Overview of some of NOAA’s activities in Support of the Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation (JCSDA)
Feb 14, 2014
“Overview of some of NOAA’s activities in Support of the Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation (JCSDA)”
Sid Boukabara from NOAA
Hosted by Chris Kummerow
Dust and Biological Aerosols from the Sahara and Asia Influence Precipitation in the Western U.S.
Jan 31, 2014
“Dust and Biological Aerosols from the Sahara and Asia Influence Precipitation in the Western U.S.”
Jessie Creamean from NOAA
Hosted by Paul DeMott
Generalizing Tropical Cyclone Potential Intensity Estimates to Include Vertical Shear Effects
Jan 24, 2014
“Generalizing Tropical Cyclone Potential Intensity Estimates to Include Vertical Shear Effects”
Mark DeMaria from NOAA
Hosted by Wayne Schubert
CSU alumnus