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Connect with us at the AMS 2024 Spring Meeting in Baltimore, MD, from January 28 to February 1, 2024! Explore the comprehensive schedule below to discover NSF NCAR and UCAR conference presentations. Take advantage of opportunities to connect with various labs and programs at our exhibit booth (#323). Please note that all times are listed in local Eastern Time (ET).

NSF NCAR and UCAR staff members, ensure that your information is accurate and included in the schedule. If there are any changes or inaccuracies, kindly reach out to Peggy Stevens. We look forward to a fruitful and engaging meeting, fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange within the atmospheric and related sciences community. See you there!

Staff Presentation and Booth Showcase schedule:

Saturday, January 27

8:30-12:30 - Orhan Eroglu

Abstract Title: An introduction to unstructured grids visualization in Python
Session Title: Short Course - Visualizing 2D and 3D Geoscience Data in Python

8:30 - Julia Kent

Abstract Title: Learning Workshop - Visualizing 2D and 3D Geoscience Data in Python
Session Title: Short Course

9:20 - Anissa Zacharias

Abstract Title: Basics of geoscience data visualization in Python
Session Title: Short course - Visualizing 2D and 3D Geoscience Data in Python

10:25-10:35 - Jared Lee

Session Title: A brief Overview of the Energy Industry for Atmospheric Scientists

10:45 - Scott Pearse

Abstract Title: Introduction to 3D visualization in VAPOR and its Python API
Session Number and Title: (session TBD) Visualizing 2D and 3D Geoscience Data in Python

1:30-5:30 - Cenlin He and Ufuk Turuncoglu

Session Title: Noah-MP Land Surface Model Tutorial: Model Physics, Code Structures, and Simulation Exercises

Sunday, January 28

6:30-8:30 - Tammy Zhang

Abstract Title: Interactive-Explanatory Geospatial Data Visualization on the Web: A Review of Various Open Source Tools
Session Title: Poster #S102: 23rd Annual Student Conference Communication and Social Science Poster Session

Monday, January 29

8:30-10:00 - Jared Lee

Session Title: Grid Operations and Energy Weather/Energy Resiliency: Extreme Weather and Climate Events I

8:45-10:00 - Diamond Tachera

Abstract Title: Rising Voices, Changing Coasts: A new/old approach to convergence science
Session Number and Title: Convergence Science: Indigenous Weather, Water and Climate Knowledge Systems, Practices and Communities: Panel Discussion 1

9:15-9:30 - Daniel Adriaansen

Session Title: Bring Your Own Python: Extending the METplus Forecast Verificaton System Capabilities for Users

9:15-9:30 - Rajesh Kumar

Session Title: Using NASA Earth Observations to improve air quality decision-making activity in Indian subcontinent

9:15-9:30 - Nicholas Lybarger

Abstract Title: Evaluation of Statistical Downscaling Methods for Regional Precipitation Over CONUS Using a K-Means Weather Typing Algorithm
Session Number and Title:  Joint Session J1B - Toward Hydrologically Useful and Actionable Climate and Weather Model Output: Development, Evaluation, and Applications of Downscaling and Post-processing Methods

9:15 - Sergey Sokolovskiy

Abstract Title: Detection of Super-refraction at the Top of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer from COSMIC-2 Radio Occultations
Session Number and Title: Session 1A - Advancing Atmospheric Science Research using Global Navigation Satellite Systems Technology (26th Conference on Satellite Meteorology, Oceanography, and Climatology)

9:30-9:45 - Pedro Jimenez Munoz

Session Title: Role of Soil Moisture on the Earth's Radiative Balance through Modulations of Dust Radiative Forcing

9:30-9:45 - Kathryn Newman

Session Title: Hierarchical Testing for Improvement of Stochastic and Deterministic Physical Parameterizations within the Unified Forecast System (UFS)

11:00-11:15 - Austin Harris

Abstract Title: Quantifying Impacts of Forecast Errors on Evacuation Outcomes Using an Agent-Based Modeling Framework
Session Number and Title: Joint Session J2B Weather-Ready Nation: Measuring Progress and Value across the Enterprise. 19th Symposium on Societal Applications: Policy, Research and Practice

11:15-11:30 - Jeremiah Sjoberg

Abstract Title: A per-profile observation error model for radio occultation using observations
Session Number and Title: Session 2; 28th Conference on Integrated Observing and Assimilation Systems for the Atmosphere, Ocean, and Land Surface

12:00-12:15 - Ryan Harp

Abstract Title: Climatic Influences on Annual Caseload and Seasonal Timing of West Nile Virus
Session Number and Title: Joint Session J2A - Climate Change, Extreme Weather, and Public Health

12:15-1:15 - Everette Joseph and Jadwiga Richter

Town Hall: Earth System Predictability across Time Scales from Weather to Climate

12:15-1:15 - Diamond Tachera

Abstract Title: Convergence Science: Town Hall Meeting 3 - An Intergenerational Conversation about Education, Training, and Mentorship
Session Number and Title: Convergence Science: Indigenous Weather, Water and Climate Knowledge Systems, Practices and Communities

1:00-1:30 - Tenny Lindholm

Session Title: Industry Perspective of Weather Technology in the Cockpit (WTIC) Program Pilot Industry Survey

2:30-2:45 - Daniel Adriaansen

Session Title: Impacts of Vertical Enhancements to NCAR's Prototype Current and Forecast Icing Products/Session 3 - Impacts of Visibility, Clouds, Icing, and Turbulence on Aviation Operations I

2:30-2:45 - Michael Ek and Weiwei Li

Session Title: Improving Earth System Models via Hierarchical System Development

2:30 - Stephen Herbener

Abstract Title: Accelerating Research to Operations with the Joint Effort for Data Assimilation Integration (JEDI) and Skylab Systems
Session Number and Title: Session 3A - Emerging Technologies for Earth or Space Sciences to Address Unmet, Targeted Needs/Requirements in the Research or Operational Communities

2:45-3:00 - Tracy Hertneky

Session Title: Establishing Community Requirements of Hierarchical System Development for Earth System Models

2:45-3:00 - Evy McUmber

Abstract Title: Making Climate Communication Relevant: Leveraging Partnerships To Co-Create Content For A Traveling Climate Exhibit
Session Number and Title: Session 3 Climate Literacy and Communication

2:45 - Stephen Yeager

Abstract Title: Reduced Southern Ocean warming enhances global skill and signal-to-noise in an eddy-resolving decadal prediction system
Session Number and Title: Session 3B - Seasonal-to-Decadal Earth System Prediction III

3:00-4:30 - Stefano Alessandrini

Abstract Title: Gridded Post-Processing Air Quality Predictions based of the Community Multi-scale Air Quality (CMAQ) Model
Session Number and Title: 23rd Joint Conference on the Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology with the A&WMA

3:00-4:30 - Jeff Anderson

Abstract Title: Advancing Earth System Science Using DART: State-of-the-Art Models, Novel Ensemble Algorithms and Extensive Observations
Session Number and Title: 28th Conference on Integrated Observing and Assimilation Systems for the Atmosphere, Ocean, and Land Surface: Poster session on observations and data assimilation

3:30 - Puja Roy

Abstract Title: Evolution of Cloud Droplet Temperature and Radius in Spatiotemporally Varying Subsaturated Environments with Implications for Ice Nucleation at Cloud Edges
Session Number and Title: Poster Session - 16th Symposium on Aerosol Cloud Climate Interactions Posters I

4:30 - Benjamin Gaubert

Abstract Title: Impact of Halogen Chemistry on CH4-CO-OH Distribution in Emission Driven CAM-Chem Simulations
Session Title: Greenhouse Gases III

4:30-4:45 - Christopher Rozoff

Session Title: A Dynamical Ensemble Approach to Characterizing Uncertainties in the Prediction of Air Quality Downstream of the Massive Western US Wildfires of 2020

4:45-5:00 - Ligia Bernardet

Session Title: The Common Community Physics Package: Recent Updates and New Frontiers

4:45 - Bill Randel

Abstract Title: Overview of the SPARC Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’Apai Stratospheric Impacts Activity
Session Number and Title: Session 4A - Upper Tropospheric and Stratospheric Processes

4:45-6:00 - Diamond Tachera

Abstract Title: Final symposium session
Session Number and Title: Convergence Science: Indigenous Weather, Water and Climate Knowledge Systems, Practices and Communities

5:30-5:45 - Masih Eghdami

Session Title: Towards coupled fire-atmosphere modeling with the Unified Forecast System

5:30-5:45 - Michael Kavulich

Session Title: Evaluating the Impact of Global Ensemble Perturbations for Partial Cycling EnKF Members on RRFS Prototype Performance

5:30 - Walker Lee

Abstract Title: Using Feedback Control to Regulate Global Mean Temperature with Marine Cloud Brightening in CESM2
Session Number and Title: J4 - Cloud and Precipitation Responses to Aerosol Pollution, Weather Modification, and Climate Intervention II: Marine Clouds

6:00-7:30 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: COMET

Presenter: Paul Kucera
Topic/s: 3D-PAWS, Innovative instruments, MetEd Cloud Computing

Tuesday, January 30

8:30-10:00 - Jared Lee

Session Title: The Devastating 2023 Hawaii Wildfires: A Look at the Impacts, Communications and Policy Implications Moving Forward

8:30-10:00 - Michael Ek

Session Title: Joint with the 38th Conference on Hydrology and 37th Conference on Climate Variability and Change Joint Session J5B: Land-Atmosphere and Land-Ocean Interactions I

8:30 - Michael Wiltberger

Abstract Title: Center for Geospace Storms: Transforming the Understanding and Predictability of Space Weather
Session Number and Title: DRIVE Science Centers and Space Weather Centers of Excellence

9:00-10:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR Earth Observing Laboratory

Presenter: Sarah Woods
Topic: NSF NCAR Research Aviation Facility

9:00 - Cindy Bruyere

Abstract Title: Comparisons of Future Changes in Oceanic Tropical Cyclones
Session Number and Title: Session 5 - Tropical Cyclones and Climate I

9:00-9:15 - Michelle Harrold

Session Title: Evaluating the Precipitation Impacts of Cloud Seeding in the Medicine Bow and Sierra madre Ranges using WRF-WxMod® within an Ensemble Modeling Framework

9:15-9:30 - Erin Dougherty

Session Title: Hydrologic Impacts of Cloud Seeding in the Medicine Bow and Sierra Madre Ranges using WRF-WxModⓇ and WRF-Hydro Simulations

9:15 - Robert Prestley

Abstract Title: Broadcast meteorologist and emergency manager interpretations of a redesigned Hurricane Threats and Impacts forecast visualization
Session Number and Title: Joint Session J5B: Risk communication in the weather forecast and warning process I: Improving comprehension and use of forecast information

9:30-9:45 - Courtney Weeks Karkkainen

Session Title: A Multivariate Approach for Identifying Modeled Liquid Propane Seeding Opportunities

10:00-11:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR Directorate Office

Presenter: Kristen Aponte
Topic: MSI Engagement opportunities

10:30 - Michael Wiltberger

Abstract Title: Center for Geospace Storms
Session Number and Title: NASA Hyperwall

11:00-12:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR Directorate Office

Presenter: Yaga Richter
Topic: Earth system predictability across timescales

1:00-2:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR EDUCATION, ENGAGEMENT, AND EARLY CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Presenters: Jerry Cyccone, Scott Landolt, Scott Briggs
Topics: Internships, Graduate Visitor Program, and Postdoctoral Information

1:45-3:00 - Michael Ek

Session Title: Joint with the 38th Conference on Hydrology and 37th Conference on Climate Variability and Change Joint Session J7B: Land-Atmosphere and Land-Ocean Interactions II

1:45-3:00 - Jared Lee

Session Title: Fire Weather and Public Safety Power Shutoff Forecasting

1:45-2:00 - Cenlin He

Session Title: Enhancing Noah-MP model representation of fire impacts on land surface conditions

2:00-3:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: CPAESS

Presenters: Dawn Mullally, Kate Rodd
Topic: CPAESS Student and Postdoctoral Opportunities

2:15 - Bob Dattore

Abstract Title: Metadata Re-curation at NSF NCAR's Research Data Archive Domain Repository
Session Number and Title: J7A - FAIR and Open Data and Software within the Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences to Support Transparent, Reusable, and Efficient Research and Operations I

2:15-2:30 - Masih Eghdami

Session Title: Development and Assessment of an Ensemble Forecast System for Fire Weather and Public Safety Power Shutoffs in the Idaho Region

3:00-5:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: COMET

Presenters: Kathryn Payne, Martin Steinson
Topics: 3D-PAWS, Innovative instruments, MedEd Cloud Computing

3:00-4:30 - Scott Briggs

Abstract Title: 323 Supporting Early-Career Researchers in Today's Job Market - Lessons from a Career Development Retreat for Postdoctoral Fellows
Session Number and Title: 33rd Conference on Education - poster session

3:00-4:30 - Rebecca Haacker

Abstract Title: 323-Supporting Early-Career Researchers in Today's Job Market - Lessons from a Career Development Retreat for Postdoctoral Fellows
Session Number and Title: 33rd Conference on Education - Poster session

3:30-4:50 - Michael Ek

Session Title: Joint with the 38th Conference on Hydrology and 37th Conference on Climate Variability and Change Joint Session: Land-Atmosphere and Land-Ocean Interactions - ePosters

4:30-6:00 - Michael Ek

Session Title: Joint with the 38th Conference on Hydrology and 37th Conference on Climate Variability and Change Joint Session J8B: Land-Atmosphere and Land-Ocean Interactions III

4:30 - Murali Nageswara Rao Malasala

Abstract Title: Sensitivity of Data Size vs. Deep-learning Model Performance using GEFSv12 Reforecast Products for Rainfall and Temperatures over CONUS
Session Number and Title: 8B.1

4:45-5:00 - Jeff Anderson

Abstract Title: A Quantile Conserving Ensemble Filtering Framework for Tracer Concentration and Source Estimation and Parameters
Session Number and Title: 28th Conference on Integrated Observing and Assimilation Systems for the Atmosphere, Ocean, and Land Surface, Session 8 - Advances in Data Assimilation Methodology for Nonlinear Multiscale Problems

4:45-5:00 - Alex Rugg

Session Title: Introducing the Current Icing Product (CIP) and Forecast Icing Product (FIP) Freezing Rain Potential

5:15-5:30 - Larry Cornman

Session Title: Turbulence Measurements Derived from ADS-B Reports

5:15-5:30 - Kathryn Newman

Session Title: Evaluation of Hurricane Analysis and Forecast System Tropical Cyclone Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts

5:15-5:30 - Sarah Tessendorf

Session Title: Investigating the Potential for Cloud Seeding in the East River Basin of Colorado

5:45-6:00 - Megan Fowler

Abstract Title: Assessing the Sensitivity of Atmospheric Convective Updrafts to Subgrid Land Surface Heterogeneity in CESM2
Session Number and Title: Joint Session J8B: Land-Atmosphere and Land-Ocean Interactions III

Wednesday, January 31

8:30-10:00 - Jared Lee

Session Title: Solar Resource Assessment

9:00 - Hamideh Ebrahimi

Abstract Title: Advancements in Assimilation of Ocean Color Radiance Data
Session Number and Title: Session 9 Advanced Methods for Assimilation of Satellite Observations Land, Ocean, Cryospheric, and Atmospheric Composition Modeling Systems & New Capabilities and Applications of the Community Radiative Transfer Model (CRTM)

9:15 - Benjamin Johnson

Abstract Title: 9.4 - CRTM Version 3: New Opportunities for Satellite-based Sensor Simulation
Session Number and Title: Session 9 Advanced Methods for Assimilation of Satellite Observations Land, Ocean, Cryospheric, and Atmospheric Composition Modeling Systems & New Capabilities and Applications of the Community Radiative Transfer Model (CRTM)

10:00-11:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR Earth Observing Laboratory

Presenter: Allison McComiskey
Topic: Lower Atmospheric Observing Facilities

10:45-12:00 - Jared Lee

Session Title: Solar Forecasting

10:45-11:00 - James Pinto

Session Title: Meso-to-microscale building-resolving simulations of fine-scale flow features associated with the urban landscape of Tulsa, OK in preparation for the WINDMAP IOP 

10:45 - Michael Wiltberger

Abstract Title: Tools for CGS Model Analysis and Cloud-Based Accessibility
Session Number and Title: Heliophysics and Space Weather Enterprise Data Access and Modernization

11:00-12:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR Atmospheric Chemistry Observations and Modeling Laboratory

Presenter: Helen Worden
Topic: Multi-scale atmospheric chemistry

11:30-11:45 - Nathalie Rivera-Torres

Abstract Title: Elevating Diversity and Inclusion in Geosciences: Empowering Hispanic/Latinx Voices Through Personal Narratives
Session Number and Title: Session 10 Creating and Nurturing an Inclusive and Equitable Weather, Water, Climate Enterprise II

11:45 - Mariana Cains

Abstract Title: Forecaster Perceptions of Trustworthiness, Explainability, and Interpretability in the Context of AI-Derived Guidance
Session Number and Title: Joint Session J10B - From Data to Decision: AI at the Intersection of Meteorology, Climate, and Society

11:45-12:00 - Iván Leonel Fontanez

Abstract Title: Storming the Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology, One Latinx Student at a Time
Session Number and Title: Session 10 Creating and Nurturing an Inclusive and Equitable Weather, Water, Climate Enterprise II

12:00-1:00: BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR Computational and Information Systems Laboratory

Presenters: David John Gagne, Jeff Anderson
Topics: Machine Learning and Data Assimilation

1:00-2:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF Unidata

Presenter: Julien Chastang
Topics: Advancing Atmospheric Science Education: Customized PyAOS JupyterHubs via the Unitdata Science Gateway

1:45-3:00 - Christina Kalb

Session Title: Probability and Verification for High Impact Weather Events II

2:00-3:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: CPAESS

Presenters: Dawn Mullally, Kate Rodd
Topic: CPAESS Student and Postdoctoral Opportunities

2:30 - Ashley Griffin

Abstract Title: Building Infrastructure to Support the Next-generation Joint Effort for Data Assimilation Integration (JEDI) System for NOAA, NASA, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, and UK Met Office
Session Number and Title: Session 11 - The Joint Effort for Data Assimilation Integration (JEDI): Recent and Planned Developments

2:30-2:45 - Paul Kucera

Session Number and Title: 12B.1 - Integration of Model Large-Scale Environmental Diagnostics for Tropical Cyclones into the Model Environmental Tools (METplus) Verification System

2:30 - Tiffany Meyer

Abstract Title: Unidata AWIPS Update
Session Number and Title: 11B - AWIPS System Updates II

2:45 - Nick Pedatella

Abstract Title: Specification and forecasting of thermosphere neutral density with a whole atmosphere data assimilation system
Session Number and Title: Session 11 - Space Weather Impacts to Satellite Operations in Low Earth Orbit

3:00-4:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR Education, Engagement, and Early Career Development

Presenters: Jerry Cyccone, Scott Landolt, Scott Briggs
Topics: Internships, Graduate Visitor Program, and Postdoctoral information

3:00-4:30 - Nate Crossette

Abstract Title: Background Error Covariances in the JEDI System
Session Number and Title: Poster Session - 12th AMS Symposium on the Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation Posters

3:00-4:30 - Clémentine Hardy Gas

Abstract Title: Enabling Different Ensemble Data Assimilation Scenarios In JEDI Using The SkyLab Workflow
Session Number and Title: Poster Session - 12th AMS Symposium on the Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation

3:00 - Lindsey Hayden

Abstract Title: Situation Dependent All-Sky Microwave Observation Error Adjustments in JEDI Skylab
Session Number and Title: 12th AMS Symposium on the Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation Posters

3:00 - 4:30 - Tracy Hertneky and Weiwei Li

Session Title: Advanced Testing and Evaluation by the Developmental Testbed Center towards Physics Unification in the UFS

3:00 - Benjamin Johnson

Abstract Title: 743 - A generic model interface for the Community Radiative Transfer Model (CRTM)
Session Number and Title: Poster Session 12th AMS Symposium on the Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation Posters

3:50-4:30 - Debbie Sulca

Abstract Title: Andina in the Ivy: Using Video to Showcase My Journey into the Geosciences
Session Number and Title: ePoster Fifth Symposium on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion ePosters

4:00-5:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR Computational and Information Systems Laboratory

Presenter: Thomas Hauser
Topics: Advanced computing &I data services, software & educational resources for the community

4:30-5:00 - Sarah Tessendorf

Session Title: A Paradigm Shift in Cloud-Seeding Research and Evaluation

4:45-5:00 - John Clyne

Abstract Title: UXarray: Extending Xarray with Support for Unstructured Grids
Session Number and Title: Session 12 New Open Tools in the Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences

5:00-6:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR Directorate Office

Presenter: Yaga Richter
Topic: Earth system predictability across timescales

5:00-5:15 - Sue Haupt

Session Title: Assessing the Impact of Marine Clouds on Offshore Wind offshore the US West Coast in a Changing Climate/ Offshore Wind Resource Assessment I

5:00 - Ufuk Turuncoglu

Abstract Title: Development and Code Infrastructure of The Coastal Modeling Framework Based on Unified Forecast System (UFS-Coastal)
Session Number and Title: 22nd Symposium on the Coastal Environment, Coastal Modeling and Evaluation for the Unified Forecast System (UFS) and Other Applications I

5:15-5:30 - Paul Kucera

Session Number and Title: 12C.4 - Introducing Two New Gauge Enhanced Satellite Precipitation Datasets - CHIMES and CHIRPS-v3

5:15 - Nick Pedatella

Abstract Title: Planetary wave driven variability in equatorial plasma bubbles
Session Number and Title: Session 12 - Connections between Space Weather and Terrestrial Weather

Thursday, February 1

7:00-8:00 Mrinal Biswas

Session Title: Novel Methods in Postprocessing and Verification, Diagnostics, and Evaluation of Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP)

7:30-7:45 - Jonathan Vigh

Session Title: Going Beyond the Terrestrial: Space Weather Verification with METplus / Verification Methods I

9:45 - Holger Vömel

Abstract Title: GATE and the origin of the NCAR dropsonde program
Session Number and Title: 22nd History Symposium, J13

9:00-10:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: UCAR CENTER FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION

Presenters: Kadidia Thiero, Becca Hatheway, Marissa Vara
Topics: NSF SOARS and SciEd STEM educational resources

10:00-11:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR Earth Observing Laboratory

Presenter: Allison McComiskey
Topic: Lower Atmospheric Observing Facilities

10:45-12:00 - Jared Lee

Session Title: Transition to Carbon-Free Energy Generation

11:00-12:00 - BOOTH SHOWCASE: NSF NCAR CLIMATE AND GLOBAL DYNAMICS LABORATORY

Presenter: Christine Shields
Topic: High latitude atmospheric river machine learning tool

12:15-12:30 - Mrinal Biswas

Abstract Title: Assessing the impacts of integrating high-resolution land use data in WRF-Chem on air quality forecasting in New Delhi, India
Session Number and Title: Session 15B Regional Air Quality VII

2:00-2:15 - Christina Kalb

Session Title: Comparing the Impact of Ensemble Design in the Rapid Refresh Forecast System Using Object-Based Methods

3:00-4:30 - Paul Kucera

Session Title: Stations Matter: How Gauge-Enhanced Gridded Precipitation Estimates Can Inform Humanitarian Decision Making and Help Vulnerable Countries Manage Extreme Events

3:00-4:30 - Christine Shields

Abstract Title: Antarctic Atmospheric River Response to Modes of Variability in Future Climates
Session Number and Title: Poster Session Polar Meteorology and Oceanography Special Symposium Poster Session

3:00-4:30 - Matthew Wilson

Session Title: Impact of Assimilating Uncrewed Aircraft System Observations on River-Valley Fog Prediction

3:00-4:30 - Tammy Zhang

Abstract Title: Interactive-Explanatory Geospatial Data Visualizations on the Web: A Review of Various Open Source Tools
Session Number and Title: Poster #814: Poster Session - EIPT Posters - Thursday

4:30 - Alice DuVivier

Abstract Title: Arctic Sea Ice Loss and Near-Surface Wind Speed Changes Related to Surface Roughness with the Community Earth System Model
Session Number and Title: 16.1

4:30 - Andrew Heymsfield

Abstract Title: Growth of Ice Particles and Precipitation Development in Wintertime Snowstorms during IMPACTS
Session Number and Title: 16A.1

4:30-4:45 - Hyeyum (Hailey) Shin

Session Title: Probabilistic Forecasts of Upper-Level Turbulence at Convection-Permitting Resolutions

4:45-5:00 - Kathryn Payne

Session Number and Title: 16.2 - Leveraging the 3D-PAWS to Expand In-Situ Observations for the Famine Early Warning System Network

5:45-6:00 - Jared Lee

Session Title: Assessing the Impacts of Assimilating SMAP Soil Moisture Retrievals on WRF-Chem Simulations of Dust Storm Events