Schedule Spring 2004

Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar Spring 2004

date time speaker title of presentation room
1/21/2004 1:30pm Xingang Fan, GI ASG Cloud initialization and dynamic assimilation of MODIS data with MM5 "Hot Start" IARC 401
2/4/2004 1:30pm James Cambell, GI ASG Lidar observations of dry season aerosol transport over southern Africa IARC 401
2/18/2004 1:30pm Kenneth Sassen, GI ASG Meteorological symbols in native American rock art IARC 401
3/3/2004 1:30pm William R. Cotton, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins Simulations of the impacts of Saharan dust on Florida Convection and Anvils during CRYSTAL-FACE IARC 401
3/10/2004 1:30pm Gavin Phillips, GI ASG Verifying snow chemistry models by combining actinometry and UV radiometry IARC 401
3/24/2004 1:30pm Nicole Mölders, GI ASG Model errors caused by prescribed soil physical and plant physiological parameters IARC 401
4/7/2004 1:30pm Vladimir Romanovsky, GI SI&P Climate change and permaforst dynamics IARC 401
4/21/2004 1:30pm Jing Zhang, GI ASG Development of the Arctic MM5 IARC 401

Upcoming seminars in fall 2004

Jeff S. Tilley, University of North Dakota Polar mesoscale modeling TBA
Florent Domine, Laboratoire de Glaciologie et Geophysique de l'Environnement Snow metamorphism as observed at the UAF large animal experimental station TBA

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 Mölders, phone: 474-7910, email:

Note that the Atmospheric Sciences Seminar is joint with ATM693, a 1-credit class. Students taking this as a class do not have to attend the seminar on 9/3/2003.