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Prof. Klein presented a seminar titled “Multiscale asymptotics for strongly tilted tropical vortices”. ABSTRACT: The asymptotic theory for three-dimensional vortices in the gradient wind regime by Paeschke et al. (2012), JFM, vol. 701, 137--170 is revisited. The theory considers vortices that are nearly axisymmetric at each vertical level but involve relative horizontal displacements of the … Continue reading HRD Seminar – Prof. Rupert Klein, Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany – 8 March 2019
Dr. Collimore presented a seminar titled “The Impact of High Aerosol Concentrations on Tropical Cyclone Formation". ABSTRACT: Prior studies have shown that high levels of aerosols in the environment of convective clouds can cause the convection to become more vigorous through a five step process. Tropical cyclones (TCs) start as clusters of convective clouds and … Continue reading HRD Seminar – Dr. Chris Collimore, Joint Institute For Regional Earth System Science and Engineering, UCLA – 5 March 2019
Drs. Sundararaman Gopalakrishnan (Gopal - left) and Robert Rogers (right) have both been selected for NOAA's Leadership Competencies Development Program (LDCP). The LCDP is an 18 - month program providing participants a series of cross-line, multidisciplinary training and learning experiences to broaden their understanding of NOAA’s strategic vision, mission, and goals, as well as business processes. The … Continue reading Gopal and Rob Rogers selected for the NOAA LCDP Program
Prof. Shen presented a seminar titled "Butterfly Effects and Chaos: New Insights Revealed by a Generalized Lorenz Model". Abstract Is weather chaotic? A view that weather is chaotic was proposed and is recognized based on the pioneering work of Prof. Lorenz who first introduced the concept of deterministic chaos. Chaos is defined as the sensitive … Continue reading AOML & HRD Seminar – Dr. Bo-Wen Shen, San Diego State University – 25 February 2019
On July 14, 2017, AOML was saddened by the loss of Michael Black, a long-term research meteorologist with the Hurricane Research Division (HRD). Michael passed away unexpectedly at 62 years of age. He was a valued friend and colleague whose pioneering research on Doppler radar and the use of Global Positioning System (GPS) dropsondes paved … Continue reading Michael Black’s ashes released into Hurricane Michael
February’s science meeting consisted of four presentations: Paul Reasor - "Estimating Wind Radii from Tail Doppler Radar" John Kaplan - "Gust Factor Distributions in Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, a Preliminary Analysis Michael Fischer - "Characteristics of Tropical Cyclone Rapid Intensification Events in Environments of Upper-Tropospheric Troughs" Xiaomin Chen - "Structural Changes Leading to Rapid Intensification … Continue reading HRD Monthly Science Meeting of February 2019
Prof. Didlake presented a seminar titled “Asymmetric aspects of secondary eyewall formation in tropical cyclones”. A recording of the presentation is available on the anonymous ftp site: ftp://ftp.aoml.noaa.gov/hrd/pub/blog/seminars/2019/Didlake_HRD_Seminar_20190211.mp4
Read about it at http://tcrr.typhoon.gov.cn/EN/10.6057/2018TCRR04.01#.