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ESRL Physical Sciences Division Seminars 2018

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PSD holds seminars in two locations: The PSD South Conference Room (1D403) and the Multipurpose Room (GC402) at the David Skaggs Research Center. All seminar attendees, including pedestrians and bike riders, are required to receive a Visitor Badge from the Visitor Center at the Boulder Dept. of Commerce facilities. Seminar attendees will need to present a valid U.S. photo ID or their Permanent Resident Alien card. If you are a Foreign National without permanent residency please email the seminar coordinator* at least 48 hours prior to the seminar to provide information required for security purposes. You will need to present your passport when you check in at the Visitor Center. Please allow extra time to accommodate these procedures. If you have any questions or are interested in presenting a seminar, please contact : Madeline Sturgill (303-497-5223) Madeline.Sturgill@noaa.gov .

Date Seminar
23 May 2018
Wednesday, 2:00 pm
Reto Stauffer, Department of Statistics, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Somewhere Over the Rainbow: How to Make Effective Use of Colors in Scientific Visualizations [Abstract]
Room 1D708 (Coordinator: Shannon Kelly)
21 May 2018
Monday, 2:00 pm
Reto Stauffer, Department of Statistics, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Standardized Anomaly Model Output Statistics Over Complex Terrain [Abstract]
Room 2A305 (Coordinator: Shannon Kelly)
01 May 2018
Tuesday, 2:00 pm
[Special *FLASH* Seminar]
Jessie Creamean,
Understanding the sources of Arctic biological ice nucleating particles [Abstract]

Allen White​,
Winter storm conditions leading to excessive runoff above Oroville Dam during January and February 2017​ [Abstract]
Room 2A305 (Coordinator: Rich Lataitis)
26 Apr 2018
Thursday, 11:00 am
Michael Maier-Gerber, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
Predictability of Tropical Cyclone Activity in the North Atlantic Ocean [Abstract]
Room 1D403 (Coordinator: Shannon Kelly)
26 Apr 2018
Thursday, 11:00 am
Andreas Schlüter, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
Modulation of Precipitation over West Africa by Equatorial Waves [Abstract]
Room 1D403 (Coordinator: Shannon Kelly)
23 Apr 2018
Monday, 2:00 pm
Rebecca Hill, CSU Department of Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics
Methodologies for Calculating Economic Impacts – Examples and Potential Applications to NOAA Research [Abstract]
Room 2A305 (Coordinator: Madeline Sturgill)
18 Apr 2018
Wednesday, 2:00 pm
Manfred Wendisch, University of Leipzig, Leipzig Institute for Meteorology, Germany
ARCTIC AMPLIFICATION: The Role of Mixed-Phase Clouds [Abstract]
Room 1D403 (Coordinator: Robbie Desen)
17 Apr 2018
Tuesday, 2:00 pm
[Special *FLASH* Seminar]
Lantao Sun,
Evolution of the global coupled climate response to Arctic sea ice loss during 1990-2090 and its contribution to climate change [Abstract]

Linyin Cheng ,
How climate change is intensifying U.S. heat waves during droughts in CESM1 [Abstract]
Room 2A305 (Coordinator: Rich Lataitis)
03 Apr 2018
Tuesday, 2:00 pm
[Special *FLASH* Seminar]
Irina Djalalova​​,
Bias-correction of EPA Community Multi-scale Air Quality (CMAQ) Model for PM 2.5 and Ozone [Abstract]

Maria Gehne,
Introducing Land Surface Perturbations in the Global Ensemble Forecast System [Abstract]
Room 2A305 (Coordinator: Rich Lataitis)
30 Mar 2018
Friday, 11:00 am
David K. Adams, Center for Atmospheric Science National University of Mexico
Precipitable Water Vapor: The Critical Variable in Tropical Deep Convection [Abstract]
Room 1D708 (Coordinator: Shannon Kelly)
20 Mar 2018
Tuesday, 2:00 pm
[Special *FLASH* Seminar]
Jeffrey Whitaker​,
The new FV3GFS with 'replay' capability. [Abstract]

Haonan Chen​,
Improving ​satellite-based ​​rainfall ​r​etrievals by ​i​ncorporating ​h​igh-​r​esolution g​round ​r​adar ​n​etwork ​o​bservations​. [Abstract]
Room 1D403 (Coordinator: Rich Lataitis)
06 Mar 2018
Tuesday, 2:00 pm
[Special *FLASH* Seminar]
Benjamin Moore,
Large-scale dynamics of extreme precipitation events in California during winter 2016-2017 [Abstract]

Cecile Penland,
The skewed nature of ensemble forecasts [Abstract]
Room 2A305 (Coordinator: Rich Lataitis)
20 Feb 2018
Tuesday, 2:00 pm
[Special *FLASH* Seminar]
Max Maahn,
Anthropogenic pollution and cloud properties at the North Slope of Alaska [Abstract]

Don Murray,
FACTS: A on-line resource for analyzing and visualizing climate model output [Abstract]
Room 2A-305 (Coordinator: Rich Lataitis)
18 Jan 2018
Thursday, 2:00 pm
Tom Matthews, School of Natural Sciences and Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Super Storm Desmond: A process-based assessment [Abstract]
Room 1D403 (Coordinator: Robbie Desen)
16 Jan 2018
Tuesday, 2:00 pm
Kathy Pegion, Dept of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Earth Sciences and Center for Ocean Land Atmosphere Studies, George Mason University
The Subseasonal Experiment (SubX) [Abstract]
Room 2A305 (Coordinator: Madeline Sturgill)

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