Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar Fall 2007
|Date||Time||Speaker, affiliation and title of the presentation||Room|
|9/19/2007||1:30pm||Peter Langen, University of Copenhaven, Denmark, Response in Greenland precipitation and moisture source regions to Last Glacial Maximum boundary conditions*||IARC 401|
|10/3/2007||1:30pm||Xingdong Zhang, IARC, Sensitivity of Arctic sea ice to global warming forcing in observations and IPCC climate models||IARC 401|
|11/7/2007||1:30pm||Anatoli Bogdan, University of Helsinki, Formation of low temperature cirrus ice crystals and surface chemistry effects||IARC 401|
|11/14/2007||1:30pm||Gerhard Kramm, GI atmospheric sciences group, Heuristic derivation of blackbody radiation laws using principles of dimensional analysis||IARC 401|
|11/21/2007||1:30pm||Richard L. Collins, GI space physics, GI atmospheric sciences group and College of Natural Science and Mathematics, atmospheric science program, Sabbatical research at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, University of Rostock, KÃ¼hlungsborn, Germany||IARC 417|
|12/5/2007||1:30pm||Uma S. Bhatt, GI atmospheric sciences group, and College of Natural Science and Mathematics, atmospheric science program, Impact of sea ice extent on vegetation in the Arctic||IARC 401|
*This seminar is joined with the IARC seminar.
For further information or if you want to give a presentation in the Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar please contact the coordinator of the Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar Nicole MÃ¶lders, phone: 474-7910, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that the Atmospheric Sciences Seminar is joint with ATM688, a 1-credit class in spring. Students taking this as a class do not have to attend seminar prior to the start or after the end of the semester.