Monthly Archives: September 2011

Check out Mar 11, 2011: Japanese tsunami from the point of view of a car. [VI

Wow! That’s some incredible video. I don’t think we realize how destructive these natural disasters are sometimes. This video gives us a little bit of a better idea because of the vantage point. One second your life is fine, the … Continue reading

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Check out Mar 11, 2011: Japanese tsunami from the point of view of a car. [VI

Click here: Mar 11, 2011: Japanese tsunami from the point of view of a car. [VIDEO]

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ASD SEMINAR

ASD SEMINAR   Monday, October 3, 2011 11:00 am Bldg 815E Conference Room   “Raindrop size distribution in convective cells and stratiform rain during a rainy season around Okinawa Island, Japan” (Abstract to follow)   Mariko Oue Hydrospheric Atmospheric Research … Continue reading

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AMS/Industry 2012 Minority Scholarships

The American Meteorological Society is pleased to announce the 2012 AMS/Industry Minority Scholarships.  Now entering its nineteenth year, the scholarship is intended to help support college education for minority students traditionally underrepresented in the sciences, especially Hispanic/Latino, American Indian/Alaska Native, … Continue reading

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Meeting Announcement: TOPICS IN ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC SCIENCES (TAOS)

  TOPICS IN ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC SCIENCES (TAOS) Wednesday,September 21, 201112:00 NoonEndeavour Hall 120 James BoothDepartment of Applied Physics and Mathematics Columbia University TOPIC: “Revisiting the Influence of Surface Moisture and Heat Fluxes on Midlatitude Storm Intensification During the Late … Continue reading

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Mapping Ice Flow in Antarctica

http://blog.ametsoc.org/news/mapping-ice-flow-in-antarctica/   See video of ice flow in the blog website above – very interesting   Mapping Ice Flow in Antarctica September 14, 2011 · 0 comments A recently released map of the speed and direction of ice flows across … Continue reading

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NJWO September Meeting Reminder: Tuesday 9/27

Our speaker will be Eli Goldberg. Eli will talk about weather forecasting.  His main operational time was at the Arctic Weather Center, so he thought maybe a few minutes just describing the forecast process they went through back then, with … Continue reading

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Open House at Stony Brook School of Marine & Atmos. Sciences on 9/24

See the attached flyer for more information

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tornadovideostock just uploaded a video

Who are you k9 quad? On Sep 9, 2011 8:58 PM, <K9Quaid> wrote:

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tornadovideostock just uploaded a video

great video but great depression too! this is terrible! i grew up in paterson next door to this community. hard to describe the devastation! On 9/9/2011 8:58 PM, K9Quaid wrote:

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