ARL Weekly News – April 13, 2018

ARL Weekly News – April 13, 2018 HQ Alice Crawford attended the FACETs working group meeting (Forecasting A Continuum of Environmental Threats). The meeting took place in Norman, Oklahoma at the Severe Storms National Laboratory from April 10 through 12. Participants observed forecasters testing new tools to create probabilistic hazard information (PHI) for end users…

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ARL Weekly News – March 23, 2018

ARL Weekly News – March 23, 2018 ATDD LaToya Myles served as an invited speaker and panelist at the 9th Biennial NOAA Education and Science Forum at Howard University on March 18-21. This year’s theme was “Partnering with Academia to Prepare Highly Skilled and Diverse Candidates for NOAA’s STEM Workforce: Building Successful Educational and Research…

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ARL Weekly News – March 16, 2018

ARL Weekly News – March 16, 2018 FRD The manuscript “Plume Dispersion in Low-Wind-Speed Conditions During Project Sagebrush Phase 2, with Emphasis on Concentration Variability” authored by Dennis Finn, Roger Carter, Richard Eckman, Jason Rich, Z. Gao, and H. Liu has been accepted for publication in Boundary-Layer Meteorology pending final edits. Staff at the Department…

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ARL Weekly News – February 23, 2018

ARL Weekly News – February 23, 2018 HQ “Global sensitivity analysis of GEOS-Chem modeled ozone and hydrogen oxides during the INTEX campaigns” [DOI: 10.5194/acp-18-2443-2018], by Kenneth E. Christian, William H. Brune, Jingqiu Mao, and Xinrong Ren was published February 19, 2018 in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics​. This paper applies a global sensitivity method to the…

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ARL Weekly News – February 16, 2018

HQ Dr. Ariel Stein is an invited speaker for the NOAA Educational Partnership Program’s upcoming 9th Biennial Education and Science Forum, during which Mark Cohen and Alice Crawford will be providing HYSPLIT tutorial. Scheduled from March 18-21, 2018 and hosted by Howard University and NOAA Cooperative Science Center in Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology (NCAS-M), the…

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