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Colloquia for Fall 2020

Dec 03, 2020
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Annareli Morales from NCAR
Hosted by Russ Schumacher
Nov 19, 2020
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Kristen Rasmussen and Russ Schumacher
Nov 12, 2020
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Brian Rose from State University of New York at Albany
Hosted by Maria Rugenstein
Machine learning for physics-discovery and climate modeling
Nov 05, 2020
“Machine learning for physics-discovery and climate modeling”
Laure Zanna from Courant Institute, New York University
Hosted by Elizabeth Barnes
Investigating aerosol-fog interactions
Oct 29, 2020
“Investigating aerosol-fog interactions”
Rachel Chang from Dalhousie University
Hosted by Jeff Pierce
What the Earth's energy budget tells us about committed warming: Are we already committed to more than 2 deg C?
Oct 22, 2020
“What the Earth's energy budget tells us about committed warming: Are we already committed to more than 2 deg C?”
Andrew Dessler from Texas A&M University
Hosted by Maria Rugenstein
Research in Hawaii: From Sea-Salt Aerosols to Hurricanes
Oct 15, 2020
“Research in Hawaii: From Sea-Salt Aerosols to Hurricanes”
Alison Nugent from University of Hawaii at Manoa
Hosted by Michael Bell
Cultural Jamboree
Oct 08, 2020
“Cultural Jamboree”
Five student presenters from our department will share their personal experiences of cultural interactions through their academic and social journeys. Talks will be followed by an open panel discussion.
Hosted by Julieta Juncosa Calahorrano
Cold-loving critters: Where do Arctic microbes come from and what do they have to do with clouds?
Oct 01, 2020
“Cold-loving critters: Where do Arctic microbes come from and what do they have to do with clouds?”
Jessie Creamean from Colorado State University
Hosted by Sonia Kreidenweis
Climate effects of volcanic aerosol: past and future
Sep 25, 2020
“Climate effects of volcanic aerosol: past and future”
Anja Schmidt from University of Cambridge
Hosted by Jeff Pierce
On Friday, starting at 1 p.m.!
The Curious Case of Carbon: from Cosmos to Carbonate
Sep 17, 2020
“The Curious Case of Carbon: from Cosmos to Carbonate”
Professor Scott Denning
via Microsoft Teams meeting
An overview of smoke in Fort Collins in August 2020: Sources, transport, and potential impacts
Sep 03, 2020
“An overview of smoke in Fort Collins in August 2020: Sources, transport, and potential impacts”
Associate Professor Jeff Pierce
via Microsoft Teams meeting
Who's Breathing Whom? Air Transport of Small Particles, Like Viruses
Aug 27, 2020
“Who's Breathing Whom? Air Transport of Small Particles, Like Viruses”
Tami Bond from CSU Department of Mechanical Engineering
Hosted by Sonia Kreidenweis
via Microsoft Teams