SPRING 2020 SEMINARS

JANUARY 29, 2020

Geography seminar
575 McCone
3:30 PM

Daniel Ibarra
(UC Berkeley)
Drivers of hot and cold past wet states recorded by lakes in the western United States

JANUARY 30, 2020

EPS Seminar
141 McCone
3:45 PM

Alex Turner
(UC Berkeley)
Observing the land carbon sink from space: New insights from solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence

FEBRUARY 6, 2020

Joint BASC/EPS Seminar
141 McCone
3:45 PM

Ken Carslaw
(U of Leeds)
All models are wrong, some are useful (but what came next is most important for climate modeling)

FEBRUARY 19, 2020

BASC Seminar
575 McCone
11:00 AM

Carolyn Reynolds
(NRL-Monterey)
Subseasonal Forecasting with NRL’s Global Coupled System

FEBRUARY 26, 2020

BASC Seminar
575 McCone
11:00 AM

Tami Bond
(Colorado State)
Black carbon from nanoscale to global scale: Outstanding mysteries

MARCH 4, 2020

BASC Seminar
575 McCone
11:00 AM

Becky Alexander
(U Washington)
The sensitivity of tropospheric reactive halogen abundances to anthropogenic activity and climate change

MARCH 11, 2020

BASC Seminar
575 McCone
11:00 AM

Jocelyn Turnbull
(GNS Science, New Zealand)
The source and fate of fossil fuel CO2 emissions

MARCH 18, 2020

BASC Seminar
575 McCone
11:00 AM

Nancy Grimm
(Arizona State University)
TBD

APRIL 1, 2020

BASC Seminar
575 McCone
11:00 AM

John Abatzoglou
(U Idaho)
How and where climate change enables changing fire activity

APRIL 8, 2020

BASC Seminar
575 McCone
11:00 AM

Sally Pusede
(U Virginia)
Observing air pollution inequality using high spatial resolution nitrogen dioxide remote sensing measurements

APRIL 15, 2020

BASC Seminar
575 McCone
11:00 AM

Yi Ming
(NOAA GFDL)
Toward understanding regional hydroclimate change

APRIL 22, 2020

BASC Seminar
575 McCone
11:00 AM

Patrick Brown
(San Jose State University)
Meteorology and climatology of compound extreme events in wind, insolation, and temperature over the Western United States.

APRIL 29, 2020

BASC Seminar
575 McCone
11:00 AM

Michael Diaz/Prabhat
(UC Berkeley)
The Formation of Monsoon Depressions within the South Asian Monsoon and Characterizing Extreme Weather in a Changing Climate