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The Meteorology Group Lunch Meeting takes usually place on Thursday, starting 12:05 in the Helland Hansen meeting room on the third floor of the GFI main building.
At the start of each meeting we will have an information exchange of 5-10 minutes to have updates on subjects such as recent and upcoming conferences or past weather events.
For presentations please keep contributions between 15 and max. 25 minutes to leave enough time for discussion of the material. We will have maximum one long presentation per meeting and can accommodate an additional couple of shorter ones, which can be project presentations or other group related issues.
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|17.01.19||Everyone||20 min||Semester kick-off and planning||Helland-Hansen|
|24.01.19||Marvin Kähnert||15min||Validation of the AROME Arctic NWP model - A frontal passing in a valley-fjord system (Poster)||Helland-Hansen|
|31.01.19||Harald Sodemann, Stephan Kral||20 min||Data management and publishing||Helland-Hansen|
|07.02.19||--||???||General group discussion||Helland-Hansen|
|14.02.19||Kim Haugland||20 min||Experiments with the virtual reality system Met.3D-VR||Helland-Hansen|
|21.02.19||Kjersti Konstali||???||Atmosphere-Ocean-Ice interactions during Cold Air Outbreaks in a simple coupled mixed layer model||Helland-Hansen|
|28.02.19||Hidetaka Hirata||25 min||A positive feedback process leading to the rapid development of an extratropical cyclone over the Kuroshio/Kuroshio Extension||Helland-Hansen|
|14.03.19||CHESS annual meeting|
|21.03.19||Yuki Kanno||25 min||Future change of polar cold air mass and cold air outbreaks||Helland-Hansen|
|28.03.19||Astrid Fremme||25 min||Moisture Sources for East China in NorESM past and future climates.||Helland-Hansen|
|04.04.19||Leonidas Tsopouridis||25 min||How do Extratropical Cyclones respond to the North Atlantic SST front and Jet Stream?||Helland-Hansen|
|25.04.19|| Francine Schevenhoven
| 15 min
| Improving predictions by training of supermodels
|02.05.19||Etienne Dunn Sigouin||15/20 min||Dynamics of positive stratospheric eddy heat flux events in an idealized model||Helland-Hansen|
|09.05.19||--||--||General group discussion||Helland-Hansen|
|16.05.19||Klára Ambrožová||25 min||Air temperature variability and surface energy balance in the ice-free area of James Ross Island (Antarctic Peninsula)||Helland-Hansen|
|23.05.19||Scott Bremer||25 min||Studying Bergen's weather using citizen science||Helland-Hansen|
|06.06.19|| Gabriel Hes
| 15-20 min
| On the possible links between sea ice and extratropical cyclones tracks in the Barents Sea: from the case study to statistics
New Years storm 1992
|13.06.19|| Pablo Saavreda G.
| 10-15 min
| Uncertainties on atmospheric profiling by remote sensing
Investigating the changing characteristics of precipitation in Southern Norway
|20.06.19||Vicky Meulenberg||20 min||Influence of the sharpness of the tropopause on baroclinic instability||Helland-Hansen|