The State of the Department Address

Date/Time: Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015 at Noon Where: Phenix Hall, Room 123 Speaker: Wanda Harding, NOAA Title: An Overview of the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) Program Abstract: TBD. Parking Information Directions for External Guests to HU: To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university — if you tell […]

Date/Time: Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 at Noon Where: Phenix Hall, Room 123 Speaker: Drew Hope, NASA LaRC Title: Engineering Design Studio Overview Abstract: TBD. Parking Information Directions for External Guests to HU: To park your car, please first goto the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that […]

Daytime Observations and Techniques of Atmospheric Lidar

Date/Time: Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015 at Noon Where: Phenix Hall, Room 123 Speaker: Solomon Bililign, North Carolina A&T Title: TBD. Abstract: TBD. Parking Information Directions for External Guests to HU: To park your car, please first goto the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that you are […]

Date/Time: Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015 at Noon Where: Phenix Hall, Room 123 Speaker: Benjie Spencer, NOAA Title: TBD. Abstract: TBD. Parking Information Directions for External Guests to HU: To park your car, please first goto the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that you are visiting the […]

Climate Factors Impacting the Upcoming Winter: Will it be a Stormy Winter?

Exceptional Events Monitoring using SNPP VIIRS Aerosol Products

Sage III — First Results

CUAD: Constellation for Upper Atmosphere Dynamics

Ion Escape: How Planetary Magnetic Fields Influence and Are Influenced by Their Atmospheres

Thinking Beyond the Polar Vortex: Implications of Seasonal Climate Change

What Fe grains tell us about Arctic Climate Change

Modern climate change: a symptom of a single-species high-energy pulse

The Joint Polar Satellite System:   The next 20 years of  Earth  observations for global and regional weather and climate applications

Annual APS Address by the Chair

Small Next-generation Atmospheric Probe: It’s a SNAP

Impact of Global Environment Facility projects on global-scope carbon sequestration

Granite Island in Lake Superior, a new measurement site for CERES

Exploiting Oceanographic LiDAR to Retrieve Particle Distributions and Characteristics of the Upper Ocean

Spatial Risk Assessment of Sea Level Rise, Water Infrastructure, and Public Health: Case Studies of Charleston (SC) and Morehead City (NC)

First Results from New in situ Aerosol Spectral Optical Measurements during KORUS-OC: Exploring links among optical properties & aerosol chemistry

Determining the daytime global radiation budget from DSCOVR

Radiative Transfer Models and Retrieval Algorithms for Satellite Remote Sensing