GFDL - Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory

Winter 2018 Poster Expo

Please join us for this opportunity to foster transdisciplinary interactions and collaborations with colleagues in an informal setting.

Date: Wednesday January 31 2018, 1pm – 4pm

Location: Smagorinsky Seminar Room, NOAA/GFDL

This is a public event – please note the access requirements for all visitors below.

Program

12:30-12:55 Poster set-up
1:00-1:05 Welcome and Opening Remarks (V. Ramaswamy)
1:05-4:00 All posters will be on display from 1pm-4pm.
Presenters should be at their posters for the first 2 hours (1pm-3pm), and are free to visit other posters from 3-4pm.
See Poster Expo List below
4:00-4:30 Poster take-down

 

Coffee will be available. Cookies and snacks will be provided courtesy of the GFDLEA.

We regret we are unable to post PDFs of posters since work may be unpublished.

Please contact poster presenters at or after the event if you would like a copy of their presentation.

Organizing Committee: Jasmin John, Catherine Raphael.

 


Poster Expo List

  1. Hurricanes in the Regional-refined GFDL HiRAM: Inner-core Structure Simulation and Subseasonal Prediction
    Kun Gao (Princeton University/GFDL), L. Harris, J.-H. Chen, S.-J. Lin
  2. The Diversity of Cloud Responses to Twentieth-Century Sea Surface Temperatures
    Levi Silvers (Princeton University/GFDL), D. Paynter, M. Zhao
  3. Energetic Constraints for Vertical Mixing in the Ocean Surface Boundary Layer
    Brandon Reichl (AOS/GFDL), A. Adcroft, S.Griffies, R. Hallberg
  4. Subseasonal prediction of surface air temperature and precipitation in a GFDL coupled model
    Baoqiang Xiang (UCAR/GFDL), S.-J. Lin, M. Zhao
  5. Earth System Implications of a Central American Seaway
    Lori Sentman (GFDL), J. Dunne, J. Krasting, J.R. Toggweiler
  6. Real-time Seasonal Prediction of Major Hurricane in 2017 using HiFLOR
    Hiroyuki Murakami (GFDL), T. Delworth, R. Gudgel, X. Yang
  7. Replacing Fortran Namelists with JSON
    Thomas Robinson (Engility/GFDL)
  8. Examining the performance of statistical downscaling methods: Toward matching applications to data products
    John Lanzante (GFDL), K. Dixon, D. Adams-Smith
  9. Process-oriented Analysis of Ozone and PM2.5 Pollution in U.S. and China with GFDL-AM4
    Li Zhang (AOS/Princeton University), M. Lin, L. Horowitz, A. Langford, M. Lv
  10. NiNaC
    Carlo Rosati (Engility/GFDL)
  11. Climatic factors contributing to long-term variations of fine dust concentration in the U.S.
    Bing Pu (AOS/Princeton University), P. Ginoux
  12. The North American Monsoon moisture surges and precipitation under climate change
    Salvatore Pascale (AOS/Princeton University), S. Kapnick, T. Delworth, S. Bordoni
  13. Supporting reproducibility and provenance in GFDL’s climate model workflow
    Chris Blanton (Engility/GFDL), C. Rosati
  14. Reconciling Fisheries Catch and Ocean Productivity
    Charles Stock (GFDL), J. John, R. Rykaczewski, R. Asch, W. Cheung, J. Dunne, K. Friedland, V. Lam, J. Sarmiento, R. Watson
  15. On the cooling-to-space from water vapor
    Nadir Jevanjee (Princeton University/AOS/GFDL), S. Fueglistaler
  16. Effective Radiative Forcing and Climate Response from Aerosols and Ozone in the GFDL-CM3 Coupled Chemistry-Climate Model
    Larry Horowitz (GFDL), V. Naik
  17. Evaluation of fvGFS Forecasts During the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season
    Andrew Hazelton (AOS/Princeton University), M. Bender, M. Morin, L. Harris, S.-J. Lin
  18. Simulating Water Residence Time in the Coastal Ocean: A Global Perspective
    Xiao Liu (AOS/GFDL), J. Dunne, C. Stock, M. Harrison, A. Adcroft, L. Resplandy
  19. Prediction of Winter Storm Tracks and Intensities Using the GFDL fvGFS Model
    Shannon Rees (UCAR/GFDL), K. Boaggio, T. Marchok, M. Morin, S.-J. Lin
  20. How does atmospheric heating change the intensity distribution of tropical rainfall?
    Xin Rong Chua (Princeton University/AOS), Y. Ming, N. Jeevanjee
  21. Symmetric instability in dense shelf overflows
    Elizabeth Yankovsky (AOS/Princeton University), S. Legg
  22. GFDL Animations
    Young Cho (GFDL)
  23. The role of Atlantic overturning circulation in the recent decline of Atlantic major hurricane frequency
    Xiaoqin Yan (AOS/Princeton University), R. Zhang, T. Knutson
  24. Experimental Methodologies Optimized for Examining Scope of Responses and Process Modeling of Early Life-stages of Marine Fishes Due to Ocean Acidification and Climate Change
    Christopher Chambers (NOAA NESFC), E.A. Habeck, K.M. Habeck, C. Stock
  25. Constraining aerosol forcing from land surface temperature record
    Zhaoyi Shen (AOS/Princeton University), Y. Ming, I. Held
  26. Coherent Vortices in the Geostrophic Approximation
    Nathaniel Tarshish (AOS/Princeton University), S. Griffies
  27. Overview of the CMIP6 Workflow at GFDL
    Colleen McHugh (Engility/GFDL), C. Blanton, A. Radhakrishnan, S. Nikonov, E. Mason, V. Balaji
  28. Seasonal forecast skill of the Indian monsoon in GFDL high-resolution forecast system
    Lakshmi Krishnamurthy (GFDL/Princeton University), X. Yang, H. Murakami, R. Gudgel, T. Delworth, A. Rosati, S. Underwood
  29. Resampling Methods, Lomb-Scargle Analysis, and Empirical Orthogonal Functions: A Combined Approach to Gappy Data in the Maritime Continent
    Christopher Dupuis (Engility/GFDL), C. Schumacher

 


Access Requirements

Please note: Visitors without GFDL affiliation attending the Poster Expo must present government or university issued photo ID or two other forms of identification to gain access to the facility. If an acceptable ID cannot be provided, the Visitor will not be allowed access. If access is granted, the Visitor must sign in and be given a Visitor Badge. The Visitor Badge expires immediately after the Expo.Please allow 10-15 minutes for entrance into the event for all non NOAA employees or non Princeton University visitors.