Monday, February 25, 2019
A recent Water Resources Research paper published by HAS Regents Professor Hoshin Gupta and co-author University of Saskatchewan Assistant Professor Saman Razavi was selected to be featured in a EOS Research Spotlight last week.
The paper, Revisiting the Basis of Sensitivity Analysis for Dynamical Earth System Models, was spotlighted on the EOS.org website on February 21, 2019. The paper investigates the problem of global sensitivity analysis (GSA) of Dynamical Earth System Models and proposes a basis for how such analyses should be performed.
From the spotlight article's Plain Language Summa... Read More
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Joint HAS Professor Armin Sorooshian, PI, and HAS Professor Xubin Zeng, Deputy PI, recently met with the full NASA ACTIVATE team at NASA's Langley Research Center to begin their $30M five-year collaborative project to study cloud-aerosol interactions over the western Atlantic. Two NASA research aircraft (shown above) will gather measurements from above, below, and within clouds over the western North Atlantic Ocean. Their investigation will focus on marine boundary layer clouds that play a critical role in our planet's energy balance.
In an effort not to be late for their meetings, Sorooshian... Read More
Monday, February 11, 2019
Our heartiest congratulations go to Dr. Daniel B. Stephens, HAS alumnus, who was recently elected to the National Academy of Engineering!
Stephens, Chairman of the Board and Principal Hydrologist of Daniel B. Stephens & Associates, Inc., was elected with the Class of 2019 in Earth Resources for "innovations in vadose zone hydrologic practice and theory."
Awards and professional recognition have followed Dan throughout his life. In 2017, he was awarded the Groundwater Resources Association of California Lifetime Achievement Award for his lifelong dedication to the groundwater industry. Ste... Read More
Monday, February 4, 2019
Update 7 March 2019: The research of Xubin Zeng and colleagues was included in an Arizona PBS segment on snowpack and snowmelt.
The snowpack/snowmass research data and graphs recently published by HAS Professor Xubin Zeng and HAS alumnus Patrick Broxton were used by author Porter Fox to develop an opinion piece for the New York Times Sunday Review published on February 3.
Porter, a features editor at Powder magazine and author of Deep: The Story of Skiing and the Future of Snow, authored the opinion piece, Why Can't Rich People Save Winter?
The NY Times staff learned about Zeng's research from... Read More
Monday, January 14, 2019
HAS Regents Professor Hoshin Gupta and HAS Professor Xubin Zeng -- both College of Science Galileo Fellows -- were among the UA College of Science faculty members featured in the Arizona Daily Star Annual UA Science Magazine on Sunday, January 13.
Zeng was featured for his recent work in identifying the differences in snowpack changes and trends in the eastern and western U.S. Zeng's team compiled and analyzed 35 years' worth of data from citizen volunteers who measured snow depth at one specific point and from networks that measure both snow depth and snow mass operated by government agenci... Read More