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HRD scientists win Department of Commerce Gold Medal

Three HRD scientists (Drs. Sundararaman Gopalakrishnan, Thiago Quirino, and Frank Marks) along with several National Weather Service (NWS) colleagues won a Department of Commerce Gold Medal for developing and implementing the high-resolution Hurricane Weather Research and Forecast System (HWRF) model, a major advance in operational hurricane intensity prediction. 49 more words

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HRD scientist provides NOAA hurricane modeling research overview to the India Meteorological Society, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India – 18 December 2014

Dr. Sundararaman Gopalakrishnan visited the India Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar (IIT-B) to discuss collaborations under the Indo-US Science and Technology Forum network proposal between HRD and IIT-B. 49 more words

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HRD seminar – Lidia Cucurull, ESRL/GSD - 16 December 2014

Dr. Cucurull presented a seminar on “An overview of the Radio Occultation Technology and its impact in Operational Numerical Weather Prediction”.

ABSTRACT:

During the talk, a review of the Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) Radio Occultation (RO) technology and its impact in global NWP will be presented. 73 more words

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HRD Monthly Science Meeting of December 2014

December’s Science meeting had 2 presentations:

  1. Paul Reasor:  The Radar Re-analysis Project: Overview and Status
  2. Joe Cione: The relative roles of the ocean and atmosphere as revealed by buoy air-sea observations in hurricanes…
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HRD seminar – Amitabh Nag and Ryan Said, Vaisala, Boulder, CO– 8 December 2014

Dr. Nag presented a seminar on “Performance Characteristics of Lightning Locating Systems with Focus on U.S. NLDN”.

ABSTRACT:

Ground-based or satellite-based lightning locating systems are the most common way to geolocate lightning. 315 more words

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