Making Sense of Sensitivity: Cyclone Predictability and Adjoints.
On the Rapid Intensification of Tropical Cyclones
THURSDAY, September 18, 2014 NOTE-This event is in 113 IST Building 4 to 5PM
Terry and Carmen Tarbell Lecture in Meteorology "National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Plans and Planning in Uncertain Times"
Terry and Carmen Tarbell Lecture in Meteorology -- "A (Penn State) History of Tropical Cyclone NWP: The greatest success story in Numerical Weather Prediction...and Penn State's contribution"
“Development and evaluation of an isentropic icosahedral global model – FIM”
"NOAA's National Weather Service: Leveraging Science and Technology to the Fullest"
"Operational Climate Prediction Products and Services & the National Climate Service"
"Candid views on the U.S. enterprise for prediction of climate variability and change (A National Climate Service?)"
“Buying Better Weather: Four Strategies for Managing Weather Risk”
“The Role of the AMS in Fostering ‘Partnerships’ within the Weather and Climate Enterprise”
"Land Surface and Hydrology Modeling Comes Home to Roost in Operational NWP: A Decade of Advancements in Land-surface Modeling in NCEP Prediction Models and Data Assimilation Systems"
Cancelled due to Hurricane Isabel.
"So you want to be a meteorologist?"