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AOS Colloquium Series

Spring 2007-2008

The Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences sponsors a colloquium each Monday afternoon. Talks are held at 3:30 pm in room 811 of the Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Science Building at 1225 W. Dayton Street. You are invited to join us before the colloquium at 3:15 for coffee, tea, and cookies in room 853 Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences Building.

The following talks are currently scheduled for Spring semester 2007-2008

If you want to sign up to meet the colloquium speakers, please go to this web site:
You may need to click on the arrow a couple of times to get to the correct week.

January 28

B.J.Sohn, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences Seoul National University
Topic: Variation of upper tropospheric humidity and its relations to convective activities over the tropics

February 4

David Gutzler, University of New Mexico,
Topic: A River Runs Through It: Seasonal climate predictions and river flows in the land of the 6-inch monsoon

February 11

Mike Alexander
Topic: Extratropical Influences on ENSO: observational and model evidence for the Seasonal Footprinting Mechanism

February 18


February 25

Greg Tripoli, University of Wisconsin-Madison AOS
Topic: Vortex Mergers and Tornado Genesis

March 5

Laurie McMurdie University of Washington
Topic: Weather Regimes and Forecast Errors in the Pacific Northwest

March 10

John Knox, University of Georgia
Topic: New Dynamical Directions in Clear-Air Turbulence Forecasting

March 24

Bob Krumenaker,Apostle Islands National Lakeshore National Park Service
Topic: Climate Change and the National Parks

March 31

Larry Sromovsky UW SSEC
Uranus at Equinox: Seasonal change in the outer solar system

April 7

Altug Aksoy, Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Div., NCAR
Topic:Ensemble-Based Radar Data Assimilation for Convective Scales: Challenges and Recent Advances

April 14

Bette Otto-Bliesner, Climate Change Research, NCAR
Topic: A Paleoclimatic Perspective on Polar Warmth,Ice Sheet Stability, and Sea Level Rise

April 21


April 28

Yvette Richardson, Penn State
Topic: Understanding severe storms through numerical simulations and mobile radar observations

May 5

Jean-Pierre Blanchet Universite du Quebec a Montreal
Topic:Detection and Analysis of Thin Ice Clouds-Aerosol-Precipitation Interactions Over Polar Regions During Winter from Satellite, PEARL Site and NARCM Simulations

Check the University Calendar for additional events this month.

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