51st CMOS Congress

By: Peter Taylor

The Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society’s 51st Congress will be held on June 4th – June 8th 2017 at the Downtown Hilton, Toronto. This year’s theme is “Future Earth: Weather, Oceans, Climate.” The congress will bring together a wide range of scientists and other professionals from across Canada and other countries with a focus on topics in atmospheric, ocean and earth sciences.

The conference includes a public lecture on June 6th  as well as a free event during the congress. Click here to register.

 

The Atmospheric Science Research Group meeting this month will include practice talks by 6 of our grad students and a research fellow:

Zhan Li: High-Resolution Meteorological Surface Analysis using 2D-Variational Method

Abdulla Mamun : Impact of Saharan dust aerosols on radiation and cloud microphysics over the tropical east Atlantic Ocean

Zheng Qi Wang: Developing a 2D Hybrid Data Assimilation System for Surface Analysis

Brandon Taylor: A Case Study on Snow Squall Lines in comparison with Warm Season Squall Lines

Stefan Miller: Measurements of Aerosol, Trace Gas and Turbulent Fluxes – and Vehicle Induced Turbulence (VIT) from a Mobile Car Platform on the Highway

Timothy Jiang: Improving site selection for tower-based deposition measurements with multiple sources in complex topography

Sepehr Fathi: INVESTIGATING AIRCRAFT-BASED EMISSIONS ESTIMATES USING GEM- MACH WITH THE TOP-DOWN EMISSION RATE RETRIEVAL ALGORITHM (TERRA)