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Paul Joss
Professor Emeritus of Physics, MIT
Senior Vice President for Reseach, Visidyne Inc.
Principal Investigator, CASIS/ISS Tropical Cyclone Project

and
A.T. Stair
President, Visidyne Inc.: Co-Investigator CASIS/ISS Tropical Cyclone Project



April 1, 2016

TCIMS: A New Method for the Remoe Measurement of Tropical Cyclone Intensities
Please note: A non-embeded mpeg is played during which the Power Pt is not viewable. When completed, the Power Pt resumes.
Philippe Papin
University of Albany


March 25, 2016

A Climatology of Central American Gyres
Abstract
David Richardson
Head of Evaluation
European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecast
s
Reading, UK

March 17, 2016


Power Point only
ECMWF global ensemble weather forecasts for days to weeks ahead: Progress, performance and products for tropical cyclone forecasting".
Abstract
Professor Chris Thorncroft
State University of New York
Albany, NY

Jan. 20, 2016
Variability of African easterly waves and their relationship with downstream tropical cyclogenesis.  RT: 57:56
Alex Fierro
NOAA/OAR/National Severe Storms Laboratory
Norman, Oklahoma

Sept. 23, 2015
"Explicit electrification and lightning in a 350 m WRF-ARW simulation of Hurricane Isaac (2012): Comparisons with observations and relationships with microphysics and kinematics"   R.T. 51:20
Hiram Escabi, Jr.
Upper Air Program Manger
National Weather Service

July 22, 2015
NWS Upper Air Networks (Radiosonde)
Introduction


Pat Fitzpatrick

Mississippi State University


June 4th, 2015
A review of MSU software toots and NOAA funded research applied to tropical cyclones.

Abstract
Jason Dunion
NOAA/AOML/Hurricane Research Division

May 18th, 2015
NOAA Shout-Sensing Hazards with Operational Unmanned Technology- Plans for the Global Hawk UAS - Unmanned Aircraft Systems - during the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
John Knaff
NOAA Center for Satellite applications and Research
Fort Collins, CO.

April 29th, 2015
Potential Applications of Satellite-Derived Tropical Cyclone Size Estimates. (note-equations are garbled)
Power Point only - for correct equations


Abstract
Mark Bove
Senior research Meteorologist
Munich Reinsurance American
April 27th, 2015
The Billion Dollar Database HURDATs Influence on Hurricane Loss Models

Abstract
Marty Bell 1, Jay Titlow 2, Matt Corey 3 and Bill Thorson 1
Fort Collins, CO 1,
Poquoson, VA 2,
New Smyrna Beach, Fl 3

April 6, 2015
Weather Flow Coastal Surface Observing Systems

Abstract


Jun Zhang

NOAA/AOML/Hurricane Research Division
Miami, Florida

Feb 13, 2015 Improving Hurricane Model Physics using Aircraft Observations

Abstract
Jan Kleinn
Twelve Captial
Zurich, Switzerland
Jan. 16, 2015 The Use of National Hurricane Center Data in the Risk Transfer Industry  (Power Point only).   
Prof. Cary Mock and Jennifer Simmons
University of South Carolina
Depart. of Geography
Nov. 24, 2014 Using Historical Records to Reconstruct Tropical Cyclone Histories
Talk:41:33  questions to :51:33
Abstract
Dr. Robert Atlas
Director, NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory
Miami, Florida
Nov. 6, 2014 Observing system simulation experiments to assess the potential impact of proposed observing systems on hurricane prediction

Abstract
Video loop: SWS_RT8
Video loop:7kmNR_TCs
Prof. Nick Shay
Collaborators: G. Halliwell (AOML), W. Teague (NRL), P. Meyers (UMBC), E. Uhlhorn (AOML), B. Jaimes, J. Brewster, R. Schuster, C. McCaskill, J. Rudkin (RSMAS).
RSMAS
University of Miami, Florida
May 27, 2014 Upper Oceanic Response to Hurricanes: Impacts on Intensity Change RT: 01:01:15 (takes a minute  to start.)
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