Re-Awakening the American Meteorological Society’s NYC Meetings

A worst-case hurricane storm track and surge at New York City, from Lin et al. Nature Climate Change, 2012 DOI:10.1038/NCLIMATE1389.

A few of us are re-awakening the long-dormant public NYC seminar series of the NYC / Long Island chapter of the American Meteorological Society, with 1-2 evening events held per semester at Columbia University.  The webpage for seminars is:

http://apam.columbia.edu/ams-nyclong-island-chapter-seminar

The first event will feature Kerry Emanuel, professor of atmospheric science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, speaking on “Assessing storm surge risk at New York City”.  There will be 1-2 events per semester, covering topics ranging from atmospheric science, physical oceanography, meteorology, climate, hydrology, and so forth.  The event will be followed by a one-hour reception.  Reply to this post if you’d like be added to the attendance list!

Kerry Emanuel

Professor of Atmospheric Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

“Assessing Storm Surge Risk at New York City”

Thursday, November 15, 6:30pm
Columbia University
Davis Auditorium, 412 Shapiro Center *
530 W. 120th Street, New York, NY
(between Broadway & Amsterdam)
* To reserve a spot, reply below

Reception immediately following

Sponsored by Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Biography

Kerry Emanuel is a professor of atmospheric science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, member of the National Academy of Sciences, and winner of the Carl Gustaf Rossby Research Medal from the American Meteorological Society, its highest honor. He is most well-known for his work on ocean heat and tropical cyclones, and more recently on relating this to climate change. He is currently primarily working on various aspects of moist convection in the atmosphere, and on tropical cyclones. He is interested in fundamental properties of moist convection, including the scaling of convective velocities and the nature of the diurnal cycle of convection over land. His group has developed a promising technique for inferring tropical cyclone activity from coarse-grain output of climate models or re-analyses.

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29 Responses to Re-Awakening the American Meteorological Society’s NYC Meetings

  1. Steve Zerges says:

    I’d like to reserve a spot.
    Thank you,
    Steve Zerges, PE
    Ocean and Coastal Consultants, Inc.

  2. I’d like to go, please sign me up!

  3. Magdalena Rendon says:

    Please sign me up. Thanks.

  4. I would like to reserve a spot.

  5. Naftali Cohen says:

    I would like to reserve a spot.

  6. Andrew Cilley says:

    I’d like to attend. Please reserve a spot. Thank you.

  7. Ann Fridlind says:

    I’d like to attend. Is there room to bring two guests who are visiting our NASA/Columbia climate institute that day? If so, please reserve spots for Jasmine Remillard and Marcus van Lier-Walqui. Many thanks.

  8. Alexa Jay says:

    I’d like to attend. Thanks.

  9. Emmi Yonekura says:

    Hi Phillip!
    I would like to attend. In case she hasn’t rsvp’d, I will be coming with Ning Lin as well.
    Thanks,
    Emmi

  10. Phillip — I’d like to attend, please.
    Andy Ackerman
    NASA GISS

  11. Roland Hiller says:

    Please reserve a space for Roland and Roland M.Hiller

  12. Rishita Patel says:

    I would like to sign up, if its not late.

  13. Yunha Lee says:

    Please sign me up! Thanks! :)

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