Upcoming Hydrometeorology Seminars (HAP)

None Upcoming

Past Hydrometeorology Seminars

Video recordings are available only for NCAR/UCAR users

Date Title Presenter(s) Recording
Jun 11 2021 Happy Hour Seminar - Polarimetric radar-based precipitation classification, estimation and nowcasting using deep learning Haonan Chen, Colorado State University
May 28 2021 Happy Hour Seminar - Investigating Hawaiʻi's Water Cycle via Geochemical Analyses and Hawaiian Knowledge Diamond Tachera, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Feb 5 2021 Dependence of Cloud and Precipitation Properties over the South-East Atlantic on Aerosol Concentrations Above and Below Clouds Siddhant (Sid) Gupta, a PhD Student, Co-operative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS)/School of Meteorology
Nov 13 2020 Impacts of changing winter warm spells on snowpack ablation Lucia Scaff, Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Saskatchewan
Oct 23 2020 Development of a precipitation downscaling method, and its intended use in the context of ensemble forecast post-processing Joseph Bellier, NOAA/Physical Sciences Laboratory, CIRES, CU Boulder
Aug 23 2019 (Urban) Boundary Layer Processes in Complex Terrain | HAPpy Hour Seminar Andrea Zonato, PhD. student from the University of Trento, Italy
Jul 19 2019 Evaluation of Precipitation Extremes under a Changing Climate using High Resolution Modeling Tools | HAPpy Hour Deeksha Rastogi, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Jul 12 2019 Integrated ocean-atmospheric forecasting over the maritime continent (Indonesia). A Public Private Partnership (PPP) project between BMKG, the Indonesian government and Liquid Robotics. | HAPpy Hour Seminar Roelof Bruintjes, NCAR RAL
Jun 28 2019 Statistical Data Assimilation in Coastal Ocean Modeling | HAPpy Hour Seminar Dr. Talea Mayo, Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida
Jun 18 2019 Tropical rainfall simulated by a convection-permitting ocean-atmosphere coupled regional model | HAPpy Hour Seminar Daniel Argüeso, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellow at the University of the Balearic Islands
May 11 2019 Improving Microphysical Parameterization with Ground-Based Disdrometer Observations – A Squall-Line Case Study Xuancheng Liu, Nanjing University
Apr 19 2019 Improving Microphysical Parameterization with Ground-Based Disdrometer Observations – A Squall-Line Case Study Xuancheng Liu, Nanjing University
Mar 8 2019 An overview of the WMO Solid Phase InterComparison Experiment (SPICE) Roy Rasmussen, RAL/NCAR
Nov 2 2018 A Generalized Spatio-Temporal Threshold Selection Method for Identification of Extreme Event Patterns Vitaly Kholodovsky, Ph.D. student from the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science and NOAA
Sep 28 2018 Regional Climate Projections for the Great Lakes Region with Application to Integrated Surface and Groundwater Modeling Andre Erler, Aquanty, Waterloo, ON

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