NOAA Science Report Series: Reducing Societal Impacts from Hazardous Weather and Other Environmental Phenomena
The first of four seminars in the NOAA Science Report Seminar Series.
There will be four speakers for each seminar; see description of first seminar below.
Presentation Titles and Speakers for Feb 5:
Improving space weather forecasts so astronauts are ready for exploration, by Clinton Wallace, Director, Space Weather Prediction Center, NOAA NWS, Boulder, CO
The National Blend of Models forms an accurate basis for forecasts, by Jeff Craven, Chief, Statistical Modeling Division, NOAA NWS/Meteorological Development Lab, Silver Spring, MD
Protecting lives and mitigating flood damage during hurricanes and tropical storms, by Jamie Rhome, Storm Surge Specialist/Team Lead, NOAA NWS/National Hurricane Center, Miami, FL
Estimating the economic benefits of the tornado warning improvement and extension program,
by Dr. Kim Klockow-McClain, Research Scientist, CIMMS/NSSL Societal Impacts Group Team Lead, Impact360 Alliance Steering Committee Vice Chair, University of Oklahoma/Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies, NOAA/OAR/National Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, OK
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