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Lectures and Workshops

Dr. William Beasley gives a lecture on developing a research proposal (very valuable for those considering graduate school).

"Dr. Beasley's lecture was an invaluable and rewarding experience" -Chris Rozoff

 

 

 


TITLE PRESENTER
Graduate School Jeanne Schneider
National Severe Storms Laboratory
Forecasting With Doppler Don Burgess
NEXRAD Operational Support Facility
Glider Instrumentation Ken Howard
N ational Severe Storms Laboratory
Instrumentation lecture and tour Scott Richardson
Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meterological Studies
Numerical Weather Prediction Dave Strensrud
National Severe Storms Laboratory
Private Sector Meteorology Kit Wagner
Certified Consulting Meteorologist
Atmospheric Information Systems
Storm Electrification Dave Rust
National Severe Storms Laboratory
The Meteorology and Oceanography of Central American Cold Surges Dave Schultz
National Severe Storms Laboratory
Flash Floods Harold Brooks
National Severe Storms Laboratory
Lightning Saftey: An Interdisciplinary Approach Ron Holle
National Severe Storms Laboratory
Developing a Research Problem William Beasley
OU School of Meteorology
Tornadoes Chuck Doswell
National Severe Storms Laboratory
Satellite Meteorology Daphne Zaras
National Severe Storms Laboratory
Lightning William Beasley
OU School of Meteorology
Green Thunderstorms Frank Gallegher
OU School of Meteorology
How Broadcast Meteorology Influences Research Gary England
KWTV
Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Randy Peppler
Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies
Storm Kinetics and Morphology Kelvin Droegemeier
Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms

 

Dr. Scott Richardson gives the group a tour and presentation on meteorological instrumentation.

"It was cool to hear about and see a mesonet site." -Alical Cacciola


 

TITLE OF WORKSHOP PRESENTER
Advanced Regional Prediction System David Jahn
Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS)
STELLA John Ensworth
OU School of Meteorology

The STELLA model exercise is a unique way to teach students about scientific model and Earth Systems. (front to back: Chris, Russ, Gregg, Christina)

"I found the lectures, overall, to be very interesting and informative. " -Russell Teabeault

 

 

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