GFDL - Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory

Winter 2017 Poster Expo

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

Date: Wednesday February 1 2017, 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)
1:05-2:05 Session I (Odd-numbered posters – see Poster Expo List below)
2:05-3:05 Session II (Even-numbered posters – see Poster Expo List below)
3:05-4:00 Session III (All posters – open, unstructured session)
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We regret we are unable to post PDFs of posters since work may be unpublished.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: Fanrong Zeng, Sulagna Ray, Catherine Raphael, Dan Ward

Advisor to Organizing Committee: Jasmin John

Poster Expo List

  1. Assessing the legacy effects of climate change with reversibility scenarios
    Jasmin John (NOAA/GFDL)
  2. A prototype nonhydrostatic regional-to-global nested-grid atmosphere model for medium-range weather forecasting
    Lucas Harris (NOAA/GFDL)
  3. GFDL single-moment six-class cloud microphysics and its application in NGGPS
    Linjiong Zhou (AOS/GFDL)
  4. Seasonal prediction skill of extratropical surface temperature driven by the stratosphere
    Xiaosong Yang (GFDL)
  5. Tropical cyclone forecasts in GFDL fvGFS
    Jan-Huey Chen (UCAR)
  6. Evaluation of the diurnal cycles of near-surface parameters in the GFDL AM4
    Hyeyum (Hailey) Shin (UCAR)
  7. The impact of Pacific Decadal Oscillation on springtime dust activity in Syria
    Bing Pu (AOS/GFDL)
  8. The effect of buttressing on grounding line dynamics
    Marianne Haseloff (AOS)
  9. Geoengineering outlet glaciers and ice streams
    Michael Wolovick (AOS/GFDL)
  10. Climate versus emission drivers of surface ozone trends and extremes at northern mid-latitudes
    Meiyun Lin (CICS)
  11. MJO and global tropical cyclone activities: Observations and HIRAM simulations
    Kun Gao (AOS/GFDL)
  12. Evaluation of tropical cyclone structure in high-resolution fvGFS simulations
    Andrew Hazelton (AOS)
  13. Summer rainfall over the southwestern Tibetan Plateau controlled by deep convection over the Indian subcontinent
    Yi Ming (GFDL)
  14. Building an unstaggered Finite Volume dynamical core with a fast Riemann solver: the dry hydrostatic application
    Xi Chen (AOS)
  15. An idealized testcase for the sudden stratospheric warming
    Weiye Yao (AOS)
  16. Earth System Model development and analysis using FRE-Curator and live access servers: On-demand analysis of climate model output with data provenance
    Aparna Radhakrishnan (Engility/GFDL)
  17. The predictors and forecast skills of northern hemisphere teleconnection patterns for lead times of 3-4 weeks
    Jiaxin Black (SIO/GFDL)
  18. Detection, attribution, and projection of regional rainfall changes on (multi-) decadal time scales: A focus on southeastern South America
    Honghai Zhang (AOS/GFDL)
  19. Vertical velocity in the gray zone
    Nadir Jeevanjee (GFDL)
  20. Resolved vs. unresolved entrainment in convective thermal simulations
    Daniel Lecoanet (Princeton University)
  21. Toward global marine biogeochemistry prediction: Part 1. Developing biogeochemical retrospective for initialization
    Jong-yeon Park (AOS/GFDL)
  22. Impact of strong ENSO on regional tropical cyclone activity in a high-resolution climate model in the North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans
    Lakshmi Krishnamurthy (AOS)
  23. Effects of statistical downscaling on extreme temperature return values
    Dennis Adams-Smith (GFDL via UCAR)
  24. Summer enhancement of Arctic sea-ice volume anomalies in the September-ice zone
    Mitch Bushuk (AOS)
  25. Reducing the spread in modeled aerosol radiative forcing with a global, scattering line-by-line model as part of RFMIP
    Alexandra Jones (AOS/CICS)
  26. Contrasting seasonal responses of sulfate aerosols to declining SO2 emissions in the Eastern U.S.: Implications for the efficacy of SO2 emission controls
    Fabien Paulot (CICS)
  27. Dust amplification of ENSO related rainfall anomalies over Australia in the NOAA/GFDL Coupled Model 3
    Stuart Evans (PEI/GFDL)

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.