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Jun 16, 2021 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Karly J. Reimel -- PhD Thesis Defense

Thesis Defense Event

"Leveraging polarimetric radar observations to learn about rain microphysics: An exploration of parameter estimation, uncertainty quantification, and observational information content with BOSS"

Jun 21, 2021 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Jonathan Unger -- MS Paper Presentation

Thesis Defense Event

"Using Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission Precipitation Radar Data to Diagnose Extreme Convective Behavior in the Tropics"

Jun 22, 2021 08:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Paul Mykolajtchuk -- MS Thesis Defense

Thesis Defense Event

"Diagnosing a Missed Convective Initiation Forecast by Assimilating GOES-16 Satellite Radiances and WSR-88D Radar Observations"

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Students in the news 2020

Bee Pollinator 2021

Laura Jones is Helping Farmers Protect Pollinators | Student Spotlights

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Increasing ambient temperature is a major stressor to bees and a potential driver of pollinator decline. The video features the research done by an Entomology doctoral student Laura Jones, who is investigating the impact of environmental warming on bee pollinators. The IEE-funded collaborative project is under the leadership of Dr. Margarita Lopez-Uribe (https://lopezuribelab.com/). METEO Professor Jose D. Fuentes is collaborating with the Entomology team to investigate how microclimatic temperature variations impact thermal tolerance in bees. The team is currently manufacturing devices to do thermal tolerance assays of bees that will inform about the resilience of pollinators to climate change. 

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