Atmospheric Science

Science@Home w/ Aleya Kaushik

In this presentation, Dr. Aleya Kaushik, a CIRES postdoctoral fellow working on water-carbon cycle interactions at NOAA GMD, presents on the Arctic Climate Cycle.

CIRES/NOAA Science@Home Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather, Community Action and Solutions
CIRES/NOAA Serie La Ciencia-en-Casa con Rosimar Rios-Berrios

La Dra. Ríos-Berrios presentará su investigación sobre huracanes.

Dr. Rios-Berrios also gave this presentation in English, here.

CIRES/NOAA Serie La Ciencia-en-Casa Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather, Water and Oceans
CIRES/NOAA Science@Home w/ Rosimar Rios-Berrios

In this webinar, Dr. Rosimar Rios-Berrios presented on her research in hurricanes, cyclones, and forecasting.

Dr. Rosimar Rios-Berrios works in the Mesoscale & Microscale Meteorology Lab at UCAR in Boulder. Her research broadly focuses on tropical…

CIRES/NOAA Science@Home Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather, Water and Oceans
CIRES/NOAA Science@Home w/ Mike Koontz

Dr. Koontz presented on: Understanding Where Wildfires and Insects Kill Trees Using Drones and Satellites

Michael is a postdoc with the Earth Lab and CIRES at the University of Colorado in Boulder working with …

CIRES/NOAA Science@Home Atmospheric Science
CIRES/NOAA Science@Home w/ Shuka Schwarz

Joshua (Shuka) Schwarz is a research scientist in NOAA's Chemical Science Laboratory. In this presentation he talks about wildfire and crop burning smoke and what it's like to be a scientist.

CIRES/NOAA Science@Home Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather
CIRES/NOAA Science@Home w/ Andy Hoell

Dr. Hoell presents on: Flash Drought

(Flash Droughts are defined as an event with greater than or equal to two categories degradation in a four-week period based on the U.S. Drought Monitor.)

Andy Hoell works in NOAA's Physical Sciences Laboratory. He researches the predictability of weather and…

CIRES/NOAA Science@Home Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather
M5 L4: Adaptations to Life in Sea Ice with Dr. Jeff Bowman

This video is part of a collection - “Frozen in the Ice: Exploring the Arctic." Check out the MOSAiC page for more details.

In this specific lesson, Dr. Jeff Bowman touches on differences between the adaptive strategies of warm vs. cold-…

MOSAiC Atmospheric Science, Polar Science
M5 L3: Life in Sea Ice with Dr. Jeff Bowman

This video is part of a collection - “Frozen in the Ice: Exploring the Arctic." Check out the MOSAiC page for more details.

In this specific lesson, Dr. Jeff Bowman will teach you about metabolic challenges and opportunities present for…

MOSAiC Atmospheric Science, Polar Science
M4 L8: Why Study Sea Ice? with Dr. Marcel Nicolaus

This video is part of a collection - “Frozen in the Ice: Exploring the Arctic." Check out the MOSAiC page for more details.

In this specific lesson, Dr. Marcel Nicolaus describes his role as MOSAiC's sea ice team leader and why their work is…

MOSAiC Atmospheric Science, Polar Science, Water and Oceans
M4 L6: Sea Ice Kinetics with Dr. Jennifer Hutchings

This video is part of a collection - “Frozen in the Ice: Exploring the Arctic." Check out the MOSAiC page for more details.

In this specific lesson, Dr. Jennifer Hutchings defines sea ice kinetics. Throughout the MOSAiC expedition, scientists…

MOSAiC Atmospheric Science, Polar Science
M3 L5: Ocean Chemistry and Productivity with Dr. Allison Fong, Part 1 of 2

This video is part of a collection - “Frozen in the Ice: Exploring the Arctic." Check out the MOSAiC page for more details.

In this specific lesson, Dr. Allison Fong introduces you to nutrient biogeochemistry in the Arctic Ocean. You'll learn…

MOSAiC Atmospheric Science, Polar Science
M2 L6: Why Study the Atmosphere? with Dr. Matthew Shupe

This video is part of a collection - “Frozen in the Ice: Exploring the Arctic." Check out the MOSAiC page for more details.

In this specific lesson, Dr. Matthew Shupe breaks down the work of MOSAiC's atmosphere team. Following team goals and…

MOSAiC Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather
M2 L3: Earth's Atmosphere with Dr. Chris Cox

This video is part of a collection - “Frozen in the Ice: Exploring the Arctic." Check out the MOSAiC page for more details.

In this specific lesson, Dr. Chris Cox will teach you about Earth's atmosphere. You'll learn about its chemical…

MOSAiC Atmospheric Science, Polar Science
CIRES/NOAA Science-At-Home: Peter Martin

Dr. Peter Martin presented on his research in and of New Guinea. In particular, when did it form and how it impacted historical climate change. 

This webinar is part of the CIRES/NOAA Science-At-Home series. 

CIRES/NOAA Science@Home Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather
CIRES/NOAA Science-At-Home: Elizabeth Thompson

In this webinar, Dr. Elizabeth Thompson discussed how learning about weather can also teach us a lot about the ocean - it's the same but backwards. The oceans impact weather across the entire world, but these invisible interactions are some of the most difficult to measure or predict. This webinar is part of the…

CIRES/NOAA Science@Home Atmospheric Science, Water and Oceans
CIRES/NOAA Science-At-Home: Amy Butler

In this webinar, Dr. Amy Butler talked about the Polar Vortex. She focused on why she became an atmospheric scientist, presented a brief overview of the stratosphere and the ozone layer, and discussed how we might use information about the stratospheric polar vortex to make extended-range weather forecasts.

CIRES/NOAA Science@Home Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather, Polar Science
CIRES/NOAA Science-At-Home: Janice Bytheway

In this webinar, Dr. Janice Bytheway talked about precipitation - how it forms, and a little bit on how we observe and predict it.

CIRES/NOAA Science@Home Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather
Climate and the Colorado River Basin Past, Present, and Future

This video features Jeff Lukas from CIRES' Western Water Assessment who discusses the overall climate patterns of the Colorado River Basin, and how we can use this information to study the past, present, and future climate of the western United States. This video is part of the Water in the Western US lecture…

Water in the Western US Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather, Water and Oceans
ICEE: Pieter Tans

How do we know that the increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide is connected to human activity? In this lecture, Pieter Tans gives an overview on the history of the science and modeling on the subject that gives us necessary perspectives for studying carbon dioxide.

Inspiring Climate Education Excellence (ICEE) Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather
COSEE 2009 "Wind Patterns and Ocean Currents"

Lesley Smith goes over the basics of global wind patterns and ocean currents during COSEE 2009.

Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence Atmospheric Science, Climate and Weather, Water and Oceans
COSEE 2009 "Air-Sea Interaction and Climate"

Jeff Hare gives a lecture about air-sea interactions and their effect on biological processes during COSEE 2009.

Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence Atmospheric Science, Water and Oceans

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