ARL Weekly News – January 10, 2020

Ten ARL scientists are scheduled to present at the American Meteorological Society’s 100th Annual Meeting in Boston January 13-16. The group will give a total of 15 presentations, with topics ranging from modeling, forecasting, prediction, analysis and validation, to meteorological observation and instrumentation, to model interoperability, hazard detection and prediction, to hydrological and climatic interactions.…

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ARL Weekly News – January 3, 2020

ASMD Tianfeng Chai co-authored “Elucidating emissions control strategies for ozone to protect human health and public welfare within the continental United States,” a paper that was published in the December 23 issue of Environmental Research Letters. The significance of this paper is that quantifying the contribution of reductions in ozone precursor emissions from each location…

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ARL Weekly News – December 13, 2019

ASMD & ATDD Barry Baker, Praveena Krishnan, Nebila Lichiheb, Tilden Meyers, LaToya Myles, Allison Ring, and Youhua Tang gave presentations at the American Geophysical Union’s Centennial Fall Meeting December 9-13 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. Dr. Myles also served as a panelist for a professional development workshop and co-chaired a poster session…

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ARL Weekly News – November 8, 2019

ASMD Barbara Stunder delivered the hysplit.v7.7.0 code to the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) for implementation on the NCEP Phase 3 (Dell) supercomputer. NCEP will be decommissioning the Phase 1/2 supercomputers in March, 2020, and has been requiring the developers to transition and test the code before delivery. The current operational version on Phase…

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ARL Weekly News – October 25, 2019

ASMD Dr. Howard Diamond participated in a conference call with NOAA’s Pacific Regional Climate Services Director, the National Weather Service Pacific Region Headquarters, and the staff from the Weather Service Office (WSO) in Pago Pago, American Samoa to help with developing this season’s Tropical Cyclone (TC) Outlook for American Samoa. American Samoa is the only…

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