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Colloquia for Spring 2019

How well does the Met Office model predict West Pacific tropical cyclones?
May 10, 2019
“How well does the Met Office model predict West Pacific tropical cyclones?”
Nicholas Klingaman from University of Reading
Hosted by Eric Maloney
Using infrared spectroscopy to characterize the carbonaceous and inorganic composition of aerosol filter samples collected in U.S. and international monitoring networks
May 06, 2019
“Using infrared spectroscopy to characterize the carbonaceous and inorganic composition of aerosol filter samples collected in U.S. and international monitoring networks”
Ann Dillner from University of California, Davis
Hosted by Amy Sullivan
Water vapor, precipitation, and tropical waves: What can we learn from simple models?
May 03, 2019
“Water vapor, precipitation, and tropical waves: What can we learn from simple models?”
Angel Adames-Corraliza from University of Michigan
Hosted by Kristen Rasmussen
The interaction of atmospheric circulation, precipitation, and mountain-building during the Cenozoic in Asia
Apr 29, 2019
“The interaction of atmospheric circulation, precipitation, and mountain-building during the Cenozoic in Asia”
Jeremy K. Caves Rugenstein from Senckenberg Institute, Frankfurt
Hosted by Jeff Collett
Riehl and Alumni Award Presentation
Apr 19, 2019
“Riehl and Alumni Award Presentation”
Graduate student recipients of the Riehl and Alumni awards will each present an overview of their research.
The inner-core structure of Typhoon Lan (2017) as observed through upper-tropospheric aircraft reconnaissance
Apr 18, 2019
“The inner-core structure of Typhoon Lan (2017) as observed through upper-tropospheric aircraft reconnaissance" and "Special radiosondes for cloud microphysical and atmospheric electrical observations developed in Japan”
Hiroyuki Yamada, Kensaku Shimizu and Norio Nagahama from University of the Ryukyus and Meisei Electric
Hosted by Michael Bell
Past and Future Climate Change:
My Interactions with Climate and the Political World, and the Future Development of Climate Models
Apr 04, 2019
“Past and Future Climate Change: My Interactions with Climate and the Political World, and the Future Development of Climate Models”
Warren M. Washington from National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Hosted by Jim Hurrell
Dry and Semi-Dry Hurricanes
Mar 29, 2019
“Dry and Semi-Dry Hurricanes”
Tim Cronin from Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Hosted by David Thompson
Development, Verification, and Application of the One-Dimensional Hail Growth Model HAILCAST
Mar 18, 2019
“Development, Verification, and Application of the One-Dimensional Hail Growth Model HAILCAST”
Rebecca Adams-Selin from Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER)
Hosted by Russ Schumacher
The Sun and Earth's climate from the Maunder Minimum to the satellite era
Mar 08, 2019
“The Sun and Earth's climate from the Maunder Minimum to the satellite era”
Peter Pilewskie from University of Colorado Boulder
Hosted by Tom Vonder Haar and Christine Chiu
Deep Space Earth Observations
Mar 01, 2019
“Deep Space Earth Observations”
Alexander Marshak from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Hosted by Christine Chiu
Relationships Between Molecular Composition Change and Organic Aerosol Optical Properties
Feb 15, 2019
“Relationships Between Molecular Composition Change and Organic Aerosol Optical Properties”
Yinon Rudich from Weizmann Institute of Science
Hosted by A.R. Ravishankara
Propagating Annular Modes of the Troposphere and Stratosphere
Feb 08, 2019
“Propagating Annular Modes of the Troposphere and Stratosphere”
Aditi Sheshadri from Stanford University
Hosted by Dave Thompson
Effects of Midwinter Arctic Leads on Boundary Layer Clouds
Feb 07, 2019
“Effects of Midwinter Arctic Leads on Boundary Layer Clouds”
Steven Krueger from University of Utah
Hosted by Dave Randall
Faculty Jamboree
Feb 01, 2019
“Faculty Jamboree”
ATS faculty will give short overviews of their research
Use of Trace Gas Measurements to Quantify Convective Transport Time Scales and Pathways
Jan 25, 2019
“Use of Trace Gas Measurements to Quantify Convective Transport Time Scales and Pathways”
Z. Johnny Luo from City University of New York
Hosted by Sue van den Heever