Tag: NSSL

Gab at the Lab: Kodi Nemunaitis-Monroe

Gab at the Lab: Kodi Nemunaitis-Monroe

Kodi Nemunaitis-Monroe   NOAA Sea Grant Weather & Climate Extension Specialist, OU Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies     Background: B.S. Meteorology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2001                        M.S. Meteorology, University of Oklahoma                        Ph.D.,

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Meet Sebastian Torres

Meet Sebastian Torres

If he were to write his autobiography, the title of the book might be “From Gaucho to Cowboy”. Sebastian Torres grew up  in Argentina, and earned his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering in his native country. In 1997, he came to the University of Oklahoma, where he attained a Master’s degree in the same field.

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Meet Pam Heinselman

Meet Pam Heinselman

Pam Heinselman came to the NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory in 1995 as a scientist with the University of Oklahoma’s Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies. She grew up in Westminster, Maryland, and completed her meteorological studies at the University of Saint Louis. After joining CIMMS and living in Norman for several years, she made

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2015 PARISE Experiment

2015 PARISE Experiment

This week, researchers from NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory will launch the 2015 Phased Array Radar Innovative Sensing Experiment to assess the impacts of rapidly updating radar data on forecasters’ warning decision performance. The project will be carried out over the course of six weeks, and will conclude on September 25. As in previous years,

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Multi-Radar Multi-Sensor Team To Receive NOAA Silver Medal

Multi-Radar Multi-Sensor Team To Receive NOAA Silver Medal

One of the highest awards presented within NOAA will be awarded to the NSSL team that developed Multi-Radar Multi-Sensor, a system that helps forecasters manage the flood of weather data available to them. Under Secretary of Commerce Kathryn D. Sullivan announced the award of a NOAA silver medal for science/engineering achievement. Their work was a

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