CPAESS Discovery Seminar Series: An introduction to NOAA’s Quantitative Observing System Assessment Program (QOSAP)
Please join CPAESS for our upcoming Discovery Seminar with CPAESS Project Scientists Mike Mueller and Ben Johnston at NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML), Introduction by Lidia Cucurull, NOAA QOSAP Chief Scientist & Deputy Director
An introduction to NOAA’s Quantitative Observing System Assessment Program (QOSAP). This presentation will provide an overview of NOAA’s Quantitative Observing System Assessment Program (QOSAP). In this presentation, Ben shows the impact of COSMIC-2 radio occultation bending angle observations on tropical cyclone track and intensity forecasts in the HWRF model with a focus on the record-breaking 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. Mike will present his work with WindBorne Systems, a company that designs, builds, and operates long-duration smart balloons that measure temperature, humidity, and wind profiles. The impact of these observations on 240 hour Global Forecast System (GFS) forecasts is shown on global and regional scales.
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
at 11:00AM MT (Virtual)
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All participants will access the seminar via the webcast link and utilize Slido during the seminar for questions.
Questions? Contact Dawn Mullally