============================== ============ Directions for External Guests: To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that you are visiting the atmospheric sciences dept and need to park in lot 20-B, they should be able to guide you from there.The campus […]

  ============================== ============ Directions for External Guests: To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that you are visiting the atmospheric sciences dept and need to park in lot 20-B, they should be able to guide you from there.The campus […]

  ============================== ============ Directions for External Guests: To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that you are visiting the atmospheric sciences dept and need to park in lot 20-B, they should be able to guide you from there.The campus […]

  ============================== ============ Directions for External Guests: To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that you are visiting the atmospheric sciences dept and need to park in lot 20-B, they should be able to guide you from there.The campus […]

  ============================== ============ Directions for External Guests: To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that you are visiting the atmospheric sciences dept and need to park in lot 20-B, they should be able to guide you from there.The campus […]

  ============================== ============ Directions for External Guests: To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that you are visiting the atmospheric sciences dept and need to park in lot 20-B, they should be able to guide you from there.The campus […]

Wednesday, 30 October 2013 at 12:00 PM: Where: Center for Atmospheric Sciences Conference Room (Phenix 119) Speaker: Mark Willis From: Surfline Inc. Title: Overview of Weather Modeling at Surfline Inc. ============================== ============ Directions for External Guests: To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university — if you tell the […]

Wednesday, 6 November 2013 at 12:00 PM: Where: Center for Atmospheric Sciences Conference Room (Phenix 119) Speaker: Michelle Selvans From: Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Title: Relationship between prominent tectonic features and crustal thickness on Mercury ============================== ============ Directions for External Guests: To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the […]

Wednesday, 13 November 2013 at 12:00 PM:

Where: Center for Atmospheric Sciences Conference Room (Phenix 119)

Speaker: Dan Weimer

From: NIA/Virginia Tech

Title: Modeling of the Ionosphere: Electric Fields, Currents, Heating, and Geomagnetic Effects

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Directions for External Guests:
To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university —
if you tell the officers at the gate that you are visiting the
atmospheric sciences dept and need to park in lot 20-B, they should be
able to guide you from there.The campus map is here:
http://www.hamptonu.edu/visitor/parking.cfm

Wednesday, 20 November 2013 at 12:00 PM:

Where: Center for Atmospheric Sciences Conference Room (Phenix 119)

Speaker: T. Duncan Fairlie

From: NASA Langley

Title: TBD

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Directions for External Guests:
To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university —
if you tell the officers at the gate that you are visiting the
atmospheric sciences dept and need to park in lot 20-B, they should be
able to guide you from there.The campus map is here:
http://www.hamptonu.edu/visitor/parking.cfm

Date/Time: December 4th (Wednesday) noon Where: Center for Atmospheric Sciences Conference Room (Phenix 119) Speaker 1: Ernest Nyaku Topic (Research Presentation): “Perturbation Analysis of Stratospheric Aerosols” Speaker 2: Xuan He Topic (Review of Journal Articles): Wu et al. (2011) “Global cloud-layer distribution statistics from 1 year CALIPSO lidar observations” Jensen et al. (2012) “Physical processes […]

This 8-week session provides engaging research in atmospheric sciences and space sciences using observations from NASA spacecraft and ground-based measurements from optical instrumentation, with a goal of understanding our home planet, Earth. CURE Website

Date/Time: October 15th (Wednesday) noon Where: Center for Atmospheric Sciences Conference Room (Phenix 119C) Speaker: Chris Jones and Dale Arney From: NASA Langley Topic: High Altitude Venus Operational Concept 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 […]

http://cure.hamptonu.edu This 8-week session provides engaging research in atmospheric sciences and space sciences using observations from NASA spacecraft and ground-based measurements from optical instrumentation, with a goal of understanding our home planet, Earth. -Research using astronomical and atmospheric observations and measurements -Learn from a series of seminars and tutorials -Develop data analysis techniques -Explore spacecraft […]