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  • Xubin Zeng Research Group at the HAS High-Altitude Observatory on Mount Lemmon

    Zeng Research Group on Mount Lemmon June 2022
    Thursday, July 14, 2022
    (Standing in front of the rock, left to right) HAS Professor Xubin Zeng, research scientist Amir Ouyed, research scientist Mike Brunke, doctoral student Brandon Mitchell, doctoral student Lauren Cutler, undergraduate researcher Annalisa Minke, and Master's student Tianyi He HAS Professor Xubin Zeng and members of his Land-Atmosphere-Ocean Interaction research group (LAOI) visited the HAS High-Altitude Observatory on Mount Lemmon on June 28, 2022, as part of a research retreat. The purpose of the retreat was to stimulate discussion about future research projects that could utilize the location... Read More
  • Update for 2022 Hurricane Season

    Tuesday, June 21, 2022
    Professor Xubin Zeng has updated the 2022 Hurricane forecast originally made on April 13, 2022. Update: The team still predicts an average to slightly above average year. See the revised forecast in the June 2022 update. You can also read more at the Wikipedia article here: 2022 Atlantic hurricane season. Read More
  • Ali Behrangi Interviewed for PBS Arizona Science Radio

    Photo University Distinguished Scholar and Professor Ali Behrangi
    Tuesday, April 26, 2022
    Congratulations to HAS Associate Professor Ali Behrangi who was recently interviewed for Arizona Science, Arizona Public Media's radio show. Dr. Tim Swindle, Director of the University of Arizona Space Institute, interviewed him during NPR's Science Friday broadcast. In Episode 320, broadcast on April 22, 2022, Behrangi discussed how satellite measurements inform the debate about climate change. Scientists are updating a global database on climate gleaned from Earth orbit, and Behrangi explained how satellite data, combined with information gathered on the ground, is yielding more accurate me... Read More
  • 2022 Hurricane Forecast by Xubin Zeng and Kyle Davis

    Photo Xubin Zeng
    Wednesday, April 13, 2022
    For the 2022 Hurricane Season--June 1 through November 30--HAS atmospheric scientists Kyle Davis and Xubin Zeng predict a slightly above-average hurricane season over the North Atlantic with 7 hurricanes, including 3 major hurricanes, 14 named storms, and 129 ACEs, or accumulated cyclone energy, defined as the sum of the squares of the 6-hourly windspeeds in knots above tropical storm strength. More details about this year's forecast are available in this report: April 2022 Tropical Cyclone Forecast. The forecast will be updated in June 2022. You can read more about the 2022 forecast on the W... Read More
  • 2022 El Dia's Success!

    Tuesday, March 22, 2022
    Bravo, Well Done, Congratulations, Take a bow! El Día del Agua y la Atmósfera was a complete success!  Your contribution as a sponsor helped us achieve this success, and we are forever grateful for your participation!  We appreciate your attendance, be it in person or virtual.  We hope you enjoyed your day with students, faculty, alumni, and guests!  We appreciate any feedback regarding the event and ask that you fill out this short survey: Click Here for Survey.  Below is a recap of the successful day, more information and pictures are being uploaded to the dedicated, student-run website crea... Read More

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