Banquet Speaker: Dr. Roger Wakimoto from the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
Department of Entomology Seminar “Plant Volatiles and Their Interactions with Pollutants”
Department of Geography Coffee Hour, "Climate Change: What Can We Learn from Past Centuries?"
The core goals of this activity are: To foster informal interactions among graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and faculty members; To discuss professional opportunities for postdoctoral scholars and graduate students; To identify professional development strategies for postdoctoral scholars and graduate students
Talks are open to everyone. Please visit the link to see the schedule of talks.
Topic: Predictability and reproducibility of regional-scale climate.
Topic: HOx in Blodgett Forest, California
Topic: Regional climate
Topic: Spores in the wind
Topic: Regional air chemistry
Topic: Finding commonalities in atmospheric research
Topic: Vaiability of CO2 fluxes over homogeneous terrain
Topic: Unknowns in ozone trends
Topic: Surface-atmosphere interactions
Robert Hoffman, the architect for the Weather Center renovation will talk about his vision for the newly designed Joel N. Myers Weather Center. Note new location: Myers Weather Center
"Improving communication of weather and climate risk information"
Maximizing Science, Technology and Public Outreach
"What controls the inner-core size of tropical cyclones"
"The North Atlantic jet stream: Variability and change"
Topic: Verifying numerical weather prediction models