CDC Seminars: 1996-2002

A list of current PSD seminars is also available.

Date Title Speaker Time/Room
4 Dec, 2002 Analysis of observed and simulated SST spectra in the midlatitudes Dietmar Dommenget, SIO 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
20 Nov, 2002 Cloud-radiation interaction in the Madden-Julian Oscillation Jialin Lin, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
13 Nov, 2002 Ensemble data assimilation for reanalysis Jeff Whitaker, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
4 Nov, 2002 The use of cloud radar observations for model evaluation: A probabilistic approach Christian Jakob, BMRC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
(Note: special date)
30 Oct, 2002 Stochastic Nonparametric Techniques : Applications to Hydroclimate Modeling Balaji Rajagopalan, Dept. of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Eng., University of Colorado 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
16 Oct, 2002 Developing cloud parameterizations for large-scale models that incorporate sub-grid scale variability: Guidance from cloud resolving models and techniques for radiative transfer Robert Pincus, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
9 Oct, 2002 Tropospheric temperature and the tropical ENSO teleconnection John Chiang, JISAO, University of Washington 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
2 Oct, 2002 Mechanisms of hemispherically symmetric climate variability Richard Seager, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
11 Sep, 2002 Recent progress in cloud-radiation interactions in climate Richard C. J. Somerville, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego 10 AM/3D 512
(Note: special time and room)
12 Jun, 2002 What's wrong with the way ECMWF generates ensemble forecasts? Tom Hamill, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
5 Jun, 2002 A null hypothesis for the PDO Matt Newman, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
29 May, 2002 Influence of ENSO on the Indian Ocean dipole Toshi Shinoda, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
22 May, 2002 The nature and cause for the delayed atmospheric response to El Nino Marty Hoerling, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
16 May, 2002 Optimal persistence patterns: An approach to predictability and decadal variability theory Tim DelSole, COLA 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
(Note: special date)
15 May, 2002 The ENSO teleconnection to the Tropical Atlantic Ocean: Contributions of the remote and local SSTs to rainfall variability in the Tropical Americas Alessandra Giannini, NCAR 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
8 May, 2002 Understanding how forecast system uncertainty affects the forecast Brian Farrell, Harvard University 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
1 May, 2002 On the limitations of prescribing sea surface temperatures in atmospheric General Circulation Model experiments Jim Hurrell, NCAR/CGD 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
24 Apr, 2002 Mechanisms for the Linear and Nonlinear NAO Responses to the North Atlantic SST Tripole Shiling Peng, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
10 Apr, 2002 On the interpretation of midlatitude ozone changes Theodore Shepherd, Department of Physics, University of Toronto 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
3 Apr, 2002 Climate system modeling at GFDL: status and plans Steve Klein, GFDL 10 AM/1D 403
(Coffee at 9:50 AM)
(Note: special time)
27 Feb, 2002 Global atmospheric sensitivity to tropical SST anomalies throughout the Indo-Pacific basin Joe Barsugli, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
25 Feb, 2002 Multiplicative noise in atmospheric dynamics: Modeling and observations Philip Sura, Scripps Institute of Oceanography 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
(Note: special day)
21 Feb, 2002 Hurricane ensemble prediction using FSU Regional Spectral Model Wei Yu, Florida State University 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
(Note: special day)
20 Feb, 2002 Stochastic dynamics of the PNA Benjamin Cash, GFDL 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
13 Feb, 2002 Understanding the climate of the last glacial maximum using a climate system model Sang-Ik Shin, University of Wisconsin 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
6 Feb, 2002 Lessons learnt from nested-grid MM5 simulations over the tropical Americas Brian Mapes, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
1 Feb, 2002 The instrumental record of ENSO: 1840s to 2000 Todd Mitchell, JISAO, University of Washington 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
(Note: special day)
11 Jan, 2002 The seasonal footprinting mechanism in the Pacific: Implications for ENSO Dan Vimont, Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
(Note: special day)
9 Jan, 2002 How might the stratosphere influence the troposphere? Walter Robinson, Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Illinois 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
6 Dec, 2001 Reconstruction of the precipitation in the Canary Islands for the period 1600-1815. A NAO proxy? Ricardo Garcia Herrera, Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Madrid, Spain 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
(Note: special day)
5 Dec, 2001 Decadal variability in the optimal growth of tropical SST anomalies Moritz Fluegel, Dept. of Oceanograhy, Texas A&M University 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
3 Dec, 2001 An investigation of snowline instability in a coupled climate model: Implications for the Proterozoic Augustus Fanning, Climate Modelling Group, University of Victoria 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
(Note: special day)
14 Nov, 2001 Thermocline processes in the tropical Pacific, and their role in decadal climate variability Antonietta Capotondi, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
7 Nov, 2001 The effects of stochastic convective processes on Tropical intraseasonal variability Johnny Lin, CIRES 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
30 Oct, 2001 A nonlinear stochastic model of atmospheric low-frequency behavior Judith Berner, NCAR/ASP 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
(Note: special day)
17 Oct, 2001 A 22 year MRF "reforecast" dataset - some preliminary results Jeff Whitaker, NOAA-CIRES CDC 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
21 Feb, 2001 Tropical origins for North Atlantic climate change Marty Hoerling, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
14 Feb, 2001 Air-sea interaction over the Maritime Continent and the Tropospheric Biennial Oscillation Harry Hendon, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
31 Jan, 2001 Using improved background error covariances from an ensemble Kalman filter for adaptive observations Thomas Hamill, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
24 Jan, 2001 Organization of tropical convection in a GCM with varying vertical resolution: Implications for the simulation of the MJO Pete Inness, Centre for Global Atmospheric Modelling, Department of Meteorology, Reading University 2 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 1:50 PM)
13 Dec, 2000 Greenhouse effect on the drought over Africa from PCM ensemble runs. Ping Liu, Visiting Scholar, NCAR/CGD 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
6 Dec, 2000 Numerical weather and climate prediction using an advanced surface-layer scheme (UCD ACASA) coupled to MM5: preliminary results and future opportunities David Pyles, CIRES Visiting Fellow 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
29 Nov, 2000 Synoptics and dynamics associated with the global frictional torque during northern winter Klaus Weickmann, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostic Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
15 Nov, 2000 Integrated ground and surface water usage within an interstate river basin: drought in the upper Rio Grande James Booker, Alfred University 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
1 Nov, 2000 Changing peak flood magnitude and timing: Relation to climate variations Shaleen Jain, CIRES Visiting Fellow 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
18 Oct, 2000 Predictability of anomalous storm tracks Gil Compo, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostic Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
4 Oct, 2000 A 'Heat Pump' picture for the ENSO system Dezheng Sun, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostic Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
30 Jun, 2000 Variability and predictability of land-atmosphere interactions: observational and modeling studies Robert Oglesby, Purdue University 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM) (Note: special day)
14 Jun, 2000 A fairly good linear model of wintertime low frequency variability Matt Newman, Climate Diagnostics Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
7 Jun, 2000 Basic differences between continental and oceanic deep convection Lucrezia Ricciardulli, Climate Diagnostics Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
30 May, 2000 Late Quaternary orbital control of ENSO Amy Clement, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM) (Note: special day)
25 May, 2000 A hybrid 3-D variational/ensemble Kalman filter data assimilation system Thomas Hamill, NCAR/MMM 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)(Note: special day)
24 May, 2000 Three levels plus a boundary layer: an "appropriate technology" model of the tropical troposphere Brian Mapes, Climate Diagnostics Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
17 May, 2000 Aliasing in meteorological time series Roland Madden, NCAR - Climate and Global Dynamics Division 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
12 May, 2000 On the lumpiness and bumpiness of clouds: Impacts on remote sensing and large scale models Robert Pincus, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison 10:30 AM/1D 403 (Note: special day and time)
10 May, 2000 Subseasonal tropical convective variability and west coast precipitation Jeff Whitaker, Climate Diagnostics Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
9 May, 2000 Scale dependence of solar heating rates in tropical convective cloud systems with implications to general circulation models -- 3-D reconstructions using satellite data Andrew Vogelmann, Center for Atmospheric Sciences, Scripps Institution of Oceanography 10:30 AM/1D 403 (Note: special day and time)
5 May, 2000 MJO and hurricanes in the Americas Dennis Hartmann, University of Washington 4:00 PM/CIRES Auditorium, 3rd Floor CIRES Building
19 Apr, 2000 Assessing the stability of US High Plains land-cover: integration of process modeling with Landsat, in situ modern and paleoclimatic data Robert Webb, Climate Diagnostics Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
13 Apr, 2000 On the temporal variability of Indian Summer Monsoon and its precursors Balaji Rajagopalan, International Research Institute for Climate Prediction (IRI) 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
12 Apr, 2000 Gauging impacts of climate change on the Pacific Northwest using the Pacific Decadal Oscillation and ENSO Philip Mote, JISAO/SMA Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
1 Dec, 1999 The Paleoclimate record of Great Plains drought Connie Woodhouse, NOAA/NGDC 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
18 Nov, 1999 Stratospheric Dynamics and Transport Alan Plumb, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4:00 PM/CIRES Auditorium, 3rd Floor CIRES Building
17 Nov, 1999 Seasonality of interannual variability Grant Branstator, NCAR - Climate and Global Dynamics Division 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
16 Nov, 1999 What forces deep convection over tropical oceans? Dave Raymond, New Mexico State University 12 PM/1D 403
Note: day and time
10 Nov, 1999 The warmest day of any week tends to be the first or last day of that week Kevin Coakley, Statistical Engineering Division, NIST 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
8 Nov, 1999 Reduced space optimal analyses of historical SST and SLP data Alexey Kaplan, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University 3:30 PM/1D 403
Note: different day
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
27 Oct, 1999 Intraseasonal variations at the onset of the 1997-98 El Nino John Bergman, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
20 Oct, 1999 My GCM runs faster than yours Nick Hall, McGill University 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
13 Oct, 1999 Understanding the statistics of convective clouds Keith Nordstrom, CIRES 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
6 Oct, 1999 A complexity perspective on climate change Jay Palmer, NOAA/ETL 3:30 PM/GC 402
Note: different room.
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
29 Sep, 1999 Walker circulation problem Jun-ichi Yano, Meteorologisches Institut, Universitaet Hamburg 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
21 Sep, 1999 Localization of planetary waves in a fluctuating atmosphere Adam Monahan, Dept. of Earth and Ocean Sciences, UBC 12 PM/1D 403
Note: day and time
8 Sep, 1999 Factors influencing decadal variations in ENSO teleconnections Marty Hoerling, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
2 Jun, 1999 Rainfall variability over the Amazon Basin and the South Atlantic Convergence Zone of South America Brant Liebmann, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
26 May, 1999 Ocean general circulation responses to mesoscale winds; applications of scatterometer-based winds in OGCMs. Ralph Milliff, NCAR - Climate and Global Dynamics Division 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
25 May, 1999 Passive microwave observations of water vapor profiles during two ENSO events Clay Blankenship, Texas A&M University 10:30 AM/1D 403
20 May, 1999 How much 'skill' was there in forecasting the Great 1997-98 El Nino? Chris Landsea, NOAA AOML/Hurricane Research Division 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
19 May, 1999 Observational evidence of a wind direction signal in passive microwave data Gary Wick, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
12 May, 1999 NCAR CSM simulated climates of the 21th Century over the U.S. Aiguo Dai, NCAR - Climate and Global Dynamics Division 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
5 May, 1999 Differences in satellite rainfall estimates over the East Pacific Wes Berg, NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
22 Apr, 1999 Intraseasonal oscillations in the global atmosphere: observations, modeling and GCM results Michael Ghil, UCLA 4:00 PM/CIRES Auditorium, 3rd Floor CIRES Building
21 Apr, 1999 The barotropic response of the global atmosphere to large-scale Tropical convective forcing Katherine Harris, NOAA Aeronomy Lab 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
14 Apr, 1999 The non-normal nature of ENSO Andrew Moore, PAOS, University of Colorado 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
7 Apr, 1999 Arctic sea ice variability in the context of recent atmospheric circulation trends Clara Deser, NCAR - Climate and Global Dynamics Division 3:30 PM/1D 403
(Coffee at 3:20 PM)
18 Mar, 1999 The partitioning of poleward energy transport between atmosphere and ocean in the tropics Isaac Held, NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Princeton University 4:00 PM/CIRES Auditorium, 3rd Floor CIRES Building
26 Feb, 1999 Deep Convection in the Labrador Sea: The Laboratory Sea Dr. Peter Rhines, University of Washington 1:30 PM/CIRES Auditorium
24 Feb, 1999 Some Applications of Wavelets in Geophysics Derek G Goring, Project Director, Hydraulics Group, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Ltd (NIWA), Christchurch, New Zealand 03:30 AM/ 158
19 Feb, 1999 Snow Hydrology_ From Skis to Satellites (part of the Western Water Initiative Seminar Series) Dr. Mark Williams, Department of Geography, University of Colorado and INSTAAR 12:10 PM/CIRES Auditorium
12 Feb, 1999 Paleoclimate Records of Drought Variability in the Central US and Colorado Connie Woodhouse, INSTAAR and NOAA Paleoclimate Program 12:10 PM/CIRES Auditorium
05 Feb, 1999 Climate Change and Water Resources Management Joel Smith, Stratus Consulting 12:10 PM/CIRES Auditorium _Room 338_
04 Dec, 1998 Understanding the Causes of Interannual Variability in Snowpack Water Resources in the Western United States Martyn P. Clark and Mark C. Serreze, CIRES/NSIDC 12:10 PM/CIRES Auditorium
21 Oct, 1998 The balance of global angular momentum in the NCEP/NCAR Reanalysis data Huei-Ping Huang, NOAA-CIRES CDC 3:30 PM/ 158
12 Aug, 1998 Study of block onset using sensitivity perturbations in climatological flows Albert Barcilon, Dept. of Meteorology and GFDI, Florida State University Cancelled/ 158
29 Jul, 1998 The frequency dependence of transient eddy feedback Walter Robinson, University of Illinois 3:30 PM/ 158
22 Jul, 1998 The global influence on the stratosphere of the 11-year solar cycle Harry van Loon, NCAR/CGD 3:30 PM/ 158
15 Jul, 1998 Linear pattern dynamics in nonlinear threshold systems John Rundle, Director, Colorado Center for Chaos and Complexity, University of Colorado 3:30 PM/ 158
10 Jul, 1998 The 1997-1998 Indian Ocean Warm Event Johannes Joschnigg, CU/PAOS 2:00 PM/ 158
09 Jul, 1998 Climate experiments with a regional model and the NCAR CSM Benjamin Felzer, NCAR/CGD 3:30 PM/ 158
08 Jul, 1998 The Role of the Hydrologic Cycle in Variability of the Austral-Asian Sector John Fasullo, NASA/GISS 3:30 PM/ 158
17 Jun, 1998 North Atlantic decadal variability in the NCAR Climate System Model Antonietta Capotondi, NCAR 3:30 PM/ 158
16 Jun, 1998 A mechanism for the decadal variation of ENSO Richard Kleeman, BMRC/IRI 3:30 PM/ 322
10 Jun, 1998 One possible mechanism for decadal variability in the ocean Tomoko Inui, Universiy of Wisconsin 3:30 PM/ 158
27 May, 1998 Lagrangian statistics in the North Atlantic storm track John Methven, University of Reading, UK 3:30 PM/ 158
13 May, 1998 Global-scale temperature patterns and climate forcing over the past six centuries Michael E. Mann, Dept. of Geosciences, Univ. of Mass. 3:30 PM/ 158
25 Apr, 1998 Two-Dimensional Turbulence and Zonal Jets Huei-Ping Huang, Univ. of Illinois 10:30 AM/ 158
08 Apr, 1998 Sub-monthly variations of atmospheric angular momentum: Global budgets and regional synoptics Klaus Weickmann, NOAA-CIRES CDC 3:30 PM/ 158
25 Feb, 1998 A simple model of large-scale waves of tropical convection Brian Mapes, NOAA-CIRES CDC 3:30 PM/ 158
19 Feb, 1998 Interdecadal variability - Long lead US forecasts by optimal climate normals (OCN) Huug van den Dool, CPC 3:30 PM/ 158
18 Feb, 1998 CPC's predictions of temperature and precipitation - A role for the US continental surface hydrology? Huug van den Dool, CPC 3:30 PM/ 158
04 Feb, 1998 Cloud radiative forcing of the low latitude circulation: Seasonal variations in the east Pacific John Bergman, NOAA-CIRES CDC 3:30 PM/ 158
10 Dec, 1997 Interaction between Transient Waves and Convection, ENSO, and the Madden-Julian Oscillation Adrian Matthews, NOAA Aeronomy Lab 3:30 PM/ 158
12 Nov, 1997 Interhemispheric Teleconnections between Blocking Events as Partially Synchronized Chaos Greg Duane, Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, University of Colorado 3:30 PM/ 158
01 Oct, 1997 Low Frequency Modulation of High Frequency East Asian Pressure Surges Gil Compo, Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, University of Colorado 3:30 PM/ 158
28 Aug, 1997 Direct 3D Assimilation of satellite sounding data into the NCEP mrf model Tony McNally, ECMWF 3:30 PM/ 158
06 Aug, 1997 Stochastic forcing in a simple model of ENSO Dr. Albert Barcilon, Dept. of Meteorology, Florida State University 3:30 PM/ 158
09 Jul, 1997 Does Snow Cover Play a Role in Interdecadal Climate Variability? Judah Cohen, Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusettts Institute of Technology 3:30 PM/ 158
09 Jun, 1997 Improvement of Extreme Event Prediction Steven R. Silberberg, Meteorology Program, Dept. of Geography, Northern Illinois University 3:30 PM/ 158
28 May, 1997 Long-lead forecasting at the South African Weather Bureau Willem A Landman, Research Group for Seasonal Climate Studies, South African Weather Bureau 3:30 PM/ 158
15 May, 1997 Potential Vorticity-Based Diagnoses of the Northern Hemisphere Wintertime Circulation using Modern Reanalysis Datasets Rob Black, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology 3:30 PM/ 158
14 May, 1997 A Unified Theory for ENSO and Tropical Climatology Dezheng Sun, NOAA-CIRES CDC 3:30 PM/ 158
13 Mar, 1997 Zonal Flow Vacillation: Interaction between Eddies and Zonal Mean Flow Fiona Lo, American Technologies Group 3:30 PM/ 158
19 Feb, 1997 Decadal and ENSO-Scale Thermocline Variability of the North Pacific Dr. Art Miller, Scripps Institution of Oceanography 3:30 PM/ 158
29 Jan, 1997 Tropical Atlantic summertime pressure: Its relationship to Tropical cyclone activity and potential predictability in early April Dr. John Knaff, Dept. of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University 3:30 PM/ 158
18 Dec, 1996 Analysis of stationary climate statistics using empirical normal modes and singular vectors Dr. Toshi Shinoda, NOAA-CIRES CDC 3:30 PM/ 158
09 Dec, 1996 Analysis of stationary climate statistics using empirical normal modes and singular vectors Dr. Timothy DelSole, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 3:30 PM/RL-3 620
20 Nov, 1996 Cold waves in Amazonia and Southeastern Brazil Dr. Jose Antonio Marengo, Centro de Previsao de Tempo e Estudos Climaticos/Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, Sao Paulo, Brazil 3:30 PM/ 158
06 Nov, 1996 Skill Assessment for ENSO using Ensemble Prediction Andrew Moore, PAOS 3:30 PM/ 158
23 Oct, 1996 Seasonal and Interannual Variations of Global Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations as Tracers of Continental Climate Variability Michael Dettinger, U.S. Geological Survey, San Diego 3:30 PM/ 158
16 Oct, 1996 The Tropical Tropopause: Wave Driving, Convection, and the Annual Cycle George Reid, Aeronomy Lab, NOAA 11:00 AM/ 322
07 Aug, 1996 Field experiments in China from 1996 to 2000, and numerical study of explosive cyclone off East Asia coast in Summer Shou-Jun Chen, Director, National Lab. for Severe Storm Research, Peking University Beijing, China 3:30 PM/ 158
24 Jul, 1996 Response of the tropical atmosphere to a seasonal evolution of the sea surface temperature anomaly: idealised experiments and an application to the Australian monsoon Jun-ichi Yano, Cooperative Research Centre for S. H. Meteorology, Monash Univ. 3:30 PM/ 158
10 Jul, 1996 Intraseasonal oscillations in atmospheric angular momentum Klaus Weickmann, NOAA-CIRES CDC 3:30 PM/ 158
03 Jul, 1996 Blocking and error growth: Precursors, finite-time modes, singular vectors and adjoint sensitivity Jorgen S. Frederiksen, CSIRO-DAR 2:30 PM/RL-3 620
12 Jun, 1996 Atmosphere-ocean interaction and the tropical Pacific climatology Dezheng Sun, NCAR 3:30 PM/ 322
05 Jun, 1996 The role of inertial instability in determining the strength and location of near-equatorial convection Bob Tomas, PAOS CU 3:30 PM/ 158
29 May, 1996 A linear theory of extratropical synoptic eddy statistics Jeff Whitaker, CIRES 3:30 PM/ 322
16 May, 1996 A Dynamic Self-Similarity Hypothesis and Predictions for Downstream Hydraulic Geometry and Longitudinal River Profiles Scott Peckham, USGS 3:30 PM/ 322
02 May, 1996 The Impact of the Annual Cycle upon the North Pacific/North America Response to Low Frequency Forcing Matthew Newman, NOAA-CIRES CDC 3:30 PM/ 322
03 Apr, 1996 Extratropical Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction on Weekly Time Scales Clara Deser, CIRES 3:30 PM/ 322
14 Mar, 1996 Atmospheric Sensitivity to Mid-Latitude SST Anomalies and Its Dependence on Background Circulation States Shiling Peng, CIRES 3:30 PM/ 322
07 Mar, 1996 Zonally Symmetric Atmospheric Variability in the Middle-Latitudes Walter Robinson, Univ. of Illinois 3:30 PM/ 322
28 Feb, 1996 Intraseasonal Air-Sea Interaction in the Tropical Indian and Pacific Oceans Harry Hendon, CIRES 3:30 PM/ 322
21 Feb, 1996 Climatological Study of Summer Monsoon Onset over the South China Sea Qian Ye, CIRES 3:30 PM/ 322