The goals of the webinar series are to maintain a community discussion on science (and technical) issues relevant to measuring air-sea fluxes from space, to provide a forum where new ideas can be aired, and to offer a low-barrier opportunity allowing people from any institution to participate. The webinar aims to showcase early career scientists when possible and to provide a venue for sharing new results and work in progress. This webinar series includes a 25-30 minute talk followed by a group discussion. All webinars are recorded. Please contact any of the organizers if you would like to speak or to propose a speaker!
Webinars are Tuesdays at 8 am Pacific Time/11 am Eastern Time/5 pm CET.
November 21, 2023: Shannon Brown, JPL, From COWVR to Butterfly: Radiometer Advances for Space-based Air-Sea Flux Measurement November 28, 2023: Élise Beaudin, Brown University, Impact of Extratropical SST on Precipitation in the Northeast Pacific December 5, 2023: Patrick Walton, CareWeather, Hourly Ocean Surface Vector Winds from the Veery Constellation of Small Scatterometers
December 12, 2023: Possibly no webinar due to fall AGU December 19, 2023-January 2, 2024: no webinar. Happy Holidays! January 9, 2024: Mark Bourassa, FSU, Air-Sea Turbulent Fluxes and Sea Spray in Hurricanes – An Examination Based on Dropsondes
January 16: TBD January 23: Iury Simoes-Sousa, WHOI January 30: Rhys Parfitt, FSU February 6: TBD February 13: TBD February 20: no webinar, Ocean Sciences Meeting February 23 (Friday): At the Ocean Sciences Meeting in New Orleans, Town Hall entitled “Emerging Opportunities for Air-Sea Fluxes from Space”, 12:45-1:45 pm, Convention Center, Room: 217-219, Second Floor February 27: Jamie Shutler, University of Exeter