Rich Grumm from the National Weather Service office here in State College will be hosting this week's weather briefing!
"Retrieving maximum dimension, aspect ratio and orientation of ice particles from their two-dimensional projections"
"Improving Constraints on Climate System Properties using Additional Data and New Methods"
Everyone is invited, faculty, staff and all students. Also our friends at AccuWeather, NWS and ZedX. Hope to see you there.
Making Sense of Sensitivity: Cyclone Predictability and Adjoints.
A New Look at the Physics and Energy Fluxes of Rossby Waves
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- One size does not always fit all, especially when it comes to global climate models, according to Penn State climate researchers, Fuqing Zhang and Michael Mann.
Atmospheric Carbon and Transport–America, or ACT-America, is a multi-year airborne campaign that will measure concentrations of carbon dioxide and methane in relation to weather systems Ken Davis, is principal investigator from Pennsylvania State University,
Air pollutants interact with and break down plant-emitted scent molecules, which insect pollinators use to locate needed food, according to a team of researchers led by Penn State.
People rely on sunlight for heat, light, and energy every day, but three Penn State researchers, Jeffrey Brownson and Vivek Srikrishnan (both Energy and Mineral Engineering) and George Young (Meteorology), believe we’re missing a valuable piece of information that sunlight itself could provide.
Charlie Hosler is one of the titans of weather forecasting. In the late ‘50s, his state-of-the-art forecasts were transmitted by microwave from Penn State campus to a local TV station, earning him rock star status with area farmers and impacting weather reporting nationwide. Hosler also left his mark on Penn State, having spent his entire professional career there. In April, he was guest of honor at the annual Wilson Banquet, a program he started as dean of the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. WPSU's Patty Satalia caught up with him there and asked him to reflect on his nearly 75 years at Penn State.
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