[Eoas-seminar] Reminder: MET seminar at Today at 3:30 PM

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Thu Feb 25 10:43:43 EST 2021

Hi all,

Just a reminder of today’s MET seminar at 3:30 PM! Dr. Lisa Bucci from NOAA’s Hurricane Research Division will speak about “NOAA’s Hurricane Field Program and its Exploration of a Doppler Wind Lidar”.

Zoom Link:  https://fsu.zoom.us/j/97597910965?pwd=cVBoNlQ5MEtwRlFTM2Y0WG1DbHFGQT09

Students, please stay after the seminar for a Q&A with the speaker!



Allison Wing, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science
Florida State University
awing at fsu.edu<mailto:awing at fsu.edu>

On Feb 22, 2021, at 9:03 AM, eoas-seminar--- via Eoas-seminar <eoas-seminar at lists.fsu.edu<mailto:eoas-seminar at lists.fsu.edu>> wrote:

Hi all,

Here is announcement that we have a MET seminar at 3:30 PM on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021. The speaker will be Dr. Lisa Bucci of the Hurricane Research Division, NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory. The detailed information of the seminar can also be found in the attached seminar announcement flyer.

Speaker:  Dr. Lisa Bucci, Hurricane Research Division, NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory.

Title:  NOAA's Hurricane Field Program and its Exploration of a Doppler Wind Lidar

Abstract:  Each year the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) flies aircraft into and around North Atlantic and East Pacific tropical cyclones (TCs). Scientists from the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) located in Miami, FL, use the aircraft as a flying laboratory to collect information at all stages in a TC's lifecycle. Their goals are to provide a real-time analysis of the storm structure to forecasters, deliver quality controlled observations of the atmosphere and ocean to numerical models, and test out new technologies to observe all aspects of the storm. One such wind observing technology new to the instrument suite is the airborne Doppler Wind Lidar (ADWL). The ADWL shows the potential to add unique measurements in unobserved or under observed regions of the TC. A validation study demonstrated the ADWL retrieved wind speed and directions are largely consistent with collocated independent wind observations. Finally, the preliminary impacts of these observations on numerical model analyses are presented and future benefits of this technology are discussed.

Time: 3:30 PM, Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021

Zoom Link:  https://fsu.zoom.us/j/97597910965?pwd=cVBoNlQ5MEtwRlFTM2Y0WG1DbHFGQT09

It is noted that the pre-seminar session, "Meeting the Speaker," will start at 3:00 PM with the same zoom link.  A post-seminar student only session will start immediately after seminar. Look forward to seeing you then.


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