Seminars Fall 2021

Format  Weekly informal talks by invited speakers - Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences Colloquium (HWRS 495A-595A)
Time & Location  Thursdays at 4 pm in HARSHBARGER 110 -- See email announcement (zoom details not published on this webpage)
Coordinator  Contact Yang C. Song at chopinsong@arizona.edu or 520-626-7843
 
Want to meet the Speaker?  Contact the Host to request a meeting with the Speaker
Talks in Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

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Date

Speaker

Title

Host

Aug 23 First day of classes
Aug 26 First Thursday of semester - no speaker - meeting with students only
Sep 2 Parade of Stars #1 Panel Discussion: Frontiers in Hydrological Science with Vic Baker, Bo Guo, Hoshin Gupta, Jennifer McIntosh, Larry Winter Song
Sep 6 Labor Day Labor Day (U.S. observed) -- No classes and offices closed
Sep 9 Parade of Stars #2 Panel Discussion: Frontiers in Aerosols, Clouds, and Precipitation: Ali Behrangi, Xiquan Dong, Armin Sorooshian Song
Sep 16 Parade of Stars #3 Panel Discussion: Frontiers in Earth System Prediction: Ave Arellano, Xubin Zeng, Laura Condon, Guo-Yue Niu, Yang Song,  Song
Sep 23
New Mexico State University
Multidisciplinary Hydrology: A Few Examples of Scientific Mixology McIntosh
Sep 30
University of Iowa
Advancing hydrostratigraphic methods to improve monitoring and models of groundwater flow in fractured rock * Note change in time to 12 pm * McIntosh
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Oct 7
Northern Arizona University
Improving Earth System Models for Predicting Land Responses to Climate Change Song
Oct 14
Arizona State University
Integrating Novel Data Sources and High-Resolution Modeling for Urban Flood Prediction Meixner
Oct 21
University of Miami
Historical and future tropical cyclone rainfall and flooding in the eastern US shaped by extratropical transition Guo
Oct 28
National Weather Service, NOAA
An evolving NWS and student internship opportunities Dong
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Nov 4
USDA-ARS
Why Field Measurements Matter in the Amazon Rain Forest and the Drylands of the Southwest: Continuing the Legacy of Professor W. James Shuttleworth Song
Nov 11 Veterans Day Veterans Day (U.S. observed) - No classes and offices closed
Nov 18
University of Arizona
Understanding flood risk from space: opportunities to adapt to changing risk with improved monitoring and index-based insurance Meixner
Nov 25-28 Thanksgiving Recess Thanksgiving Recess (U.S. observed) - No classes and offices closed
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Dec 2
Upstream Tech
How HydroForecast Creates the Most Accurate Streamflow Forecasts in North America Song