Prof. Dale Durran Professor of Atmospheric Sciences Adjunct Professor of Applied Mathematics University of Washington Monday September 12, 2022, 2 PM ET Abstract: We
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ESSIC Associate Research Scientist Toshihisa Matsui is a co-author on a new international paper in Climate titled “Convection Parametrization and Multi-Nesting Dependence of a Heavy Rainfall Event over Namibia with Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model”. In the study, Matsui and international co-authors investigate the effects of using multi-nests and a convection scheme, numerical weather prediction models, on the simulation of a heavy rainfall event over the north-western region of Kunene, Namibia.
ESSIC/CISESS Visiting Assistant Research Scientists Mason Quick and Scott Rudlosky and CISESS Faculty Specialist Eric Lee recently participated in a video interview with reporters from Voice of America to highlight their cutting-edge virtual reality software that uses 3-D mapping to improve weather forecasting.