EOL Seminar: Methods and Strategies for Multi-Instrument Data Products From Next-Generation Boundary-Layer Observation Networks

Date: 
Tuesday, May 24, 2022 - 15:30 to 16:30
Location: 
Virtual (Webcast link provided below)
Contact Name: 
Jacquie Witte
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"Methods and Strategies for Multi-Instrument Data Products From Next-Generation Boundary-Layer Observation Networks"

SPEAKER: Dr. Joshua Gebauer - University of Oklahoma

DATE: May 24, 2022

Time: 3:30 - 4:30 pm MST

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QUESTIONS: Slido will be used to answer your questions during the seminar.

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ABSTRACT

There have been efforts to improve boundary-layer observation capabilities by creating observation networks that consists of several profiling nodes. These profiling nodes include platforms such as instrumented towers, lidars, wind profilers, atmospheric emitted radiance interferometers (AERIs) and micro-pulse differential absorption lidars (MPD) in order to observe thermodynamic and kinematic profiles from the surface to mid-atmosphere. By clustering these instruments at profiling nodes, the different observations can be used synergistically to create more valuable data products then those from individual instruments alone. This seminar will present how these data products can be created and possible directions for future development.

For more information or questions, reach out to EOL Seminar Series Coordinator Jacquie Witte.