Webinar Series

Advancing understanding of winter orographic precipitation formation and the impacts of cloud seeding: The SNOWIE Project
Sarah Tessendorf - NCAR/RAL, Boulder, CO

19 Oct 2017, 2 PM mountain time (2000 UTC)
 
Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8537564139131516163
 
 
Wildfires in the western United States: Connecting the divide between research and operations
Craig Clements - San Jose State U, San Jose, CA
Mike Huston - NWS, Pocatello, ID
27 Jan 2016 noon mountain time (1900 UTC)
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Lake effects in complex terrain: Operational needs and research opportunities
Jim Steenburgh - U. Utah, SLC, UT
Paul Sisson - NWS, Burlington, VT
23 Sept 2015 noon mountain time (1800 UTC)
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Downslope windstorms: Applied theory and experiences with operational forecasts
Dale Durran - U. Wash, Seattle, WA
Mary Wister - NWS, Pendleton, OR
22 Apr 2015 noon mountain time (1800 UTC)
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Challenges of GFE grid population in complex terrain
Paul Wolyn
NOAA/NWS, Pueblo, CO
28 Jan 2015 noon mountain time (1900 UTC)
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Progress and plans for the operational HRRR model
Curtis Alexander
NOAA/ESRL, Boulder, CO
19 Nov 2014 noon mountain time (1900 UTC)
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Multiday thunderstorm outbreaks east of the Big Horn mountains in Wyoming
Sean Campbell and Chauncy Schultz
NWS, Billings, MT
17 Sept 2014 noon mountain time (1800 UTC)
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The treatment of snow in numerical model land surface schemes
Ben Livneh
NOAA/ESRL & CU/CIRES, Boulder, CO
16 July 2014 noon mountain time (1800 UTC)
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Drought monitoring in the western United States
Kelly Redmond and colleagues
Western Region Climate Center, Reno, NV
21 May 2014 noon mountain time (1800 UTC)
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Prediction and nowcasting of the Sept 2013 flash flooding along the Colorado Front Range
Dave Barjenbruch and Rob Kleyla
NWS, Boulder, CO
19 Mar 2014 noon mountain time (1800 UTC)
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Terrain-Flow Interactions that Affect Winter Air Pollution in Urban and Rural Basins
John Horel
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
15 Jan 2014 noon mountain time (1900 UTC)
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Pairing research and operations during Olympic winter games
George Isaac
Environment Canada, Ontario, Canada
20 Nov 2013 noon mountain time (1900 UTC)
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Snow to Liquid Ratios over the West Slope of the Northern Sierra Nevada: Climatology and a Predictive Methodology
Darren Van Cleave, Bill Rasch, and Eric Kurth
NWS, Sacramento, CA
18 Sept 2013 noon mountain time (1800 UTC)
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High-resolution realtime enviromental modeling over the Pacific Northwest
Cliff Mass
UW, Seattle, WA
17 July 2013 noon mountain time (1800 UTC)
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The challenges of preparing and applying a fire weather forecast in complex terrain
Jay Charney
USFS, Lansing, MI
15 May 2013 noon mountain time (1800 UTC)
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Exploring the utility of downscaled SREF grids for generating probabilistic snowfall forecasts
Randy Graham and Glen Merrill
NOAA/NWS, Salt Lake City, UT
20 March 2013 noon mountain time (1800 UTC)
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Effects of moisture on stable orographic flow
Richard Rotunno
NCAR, Boulder, CO
16 January 2013 noon mountain time (1900 UTC)
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For those attendees unfamiliar with the dynamics of dry stable ascent over terrain, Dr. Rotunno recommends they preview this comet tutorial before attending the webinar.