Meteorology Calendar Spring 2016
The Meteorology Group Lunch Meeting takes usually place on Thursday, starting 12:05 in the Helland Hansen meeting room on the third floor of the GFI main building.
At the start of each meeting we will have an information exchange of 5-10 minutes to have updates on subjects such as recent and upcoming conferences or past weather events.
For presentations please keep contributions between 15 and max. 25 minutes to leave enough time for discussion of the material. We will have maximum one long presentation per meeting and can accommodate an additional couple of shorter ones, which can be project presentations or other group related issues.
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|07.01.16||Met group||20 minutes||Group updates|
|14.01.16||João Hackerott||Similarity analysis of turbulent transport and dissipation for momentum, temperature, moisture, and CO2 during BLLAST|
|28.01.16||Thomas Spengler||My sabbatical at UEA in Norwich, UK|
|Simultaneous measurements of stable water isotopes in near-surface vapor and precipitation to constrain below-cloud processes: Preliminary results from the PaRaDIso campaign|
|25.02.16||Lucas Höppler||Characterization of Rain with MRR and C-Band Radar Data - Improved Flash Flood Forecasting?|
(University of Florida)
|30 min||Ground Level observations of Terrestrial Gamma Ray Flashes|
|10.03.16||Erica Madonna||15-20 min||Jet variability in the Northern Hemisphere: some preliminary results|
|17.03.16||Igor Ezau||The concept of eddy viscosity in meteorology and fluid mechanics|
|31.03.16||Annick Terpstra||Polar low formation: ambient environments and the role of moisture|
|07.04.16||Per Eilif Thorvaldsen
(Bergen University College)
|Wet snow - the neglected effect of climate change|
|14.04.16||Yongbiao Weng||Experiments on the memory effect of a Cavity Ring-Down Spectrometer (Picarro L2140-i)|
(University of Trier, Germany)
|Exreme atmospheric warming in the NE Atlantic in the winter period 2002-2012 – an analysis with the regional atmospheric model COSMO-CLM and the Arctic System Reanalysis|
(University in Hannover)