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Date Time,
Place
Speaker,
Title
Wednesday,
Jan. 27
11 AM
575 McCone Hall
Ed Zipser (University of Utah)
What determines the intensity of deep convection?
Wednesday,
Feb. 3
11 AM
575 McCone Hall
Tina Chow (UC Berkeley)
Atmospheric boundary layer simulations for wind energy
Wednesday,
Feb. 3
3:30-5:00 PM
575 McCone Hall
Alexander Stine (San Francisco State University)
Some Light on the Tree-Ring Divergence Problem
Tuesday,
Feb. 9
4 PM
120 Latimer Hall
Barbara Noziere (University of Lyon)
Does Physical Chemistry Control Cloud Formation in the Earth's Atmosphere? Conjectures and Questions at the Frontier of Fundamental Chemistry, Meterology, and Climate
Wednesday,
Feb. 17

No seminar (Symposium Feb. 19)
Tuesday,
Feb. 23
4:10 PM
Pauley Ballroom, MLK Jr. Student Union 2475 Bancroft Way
Ralph J. Cicerone (President, NAS)
Contemporary Climate Change as Seen Through Measurements
Wednesday,
Feb. 24
11 AM
575 McCone Hall
Charlie Koven (LBNL)
Permafrost and the global carbon cycle
Wednesday,
Feb. 24
4:10 PM
Pauley Ballroom, MLK Jr. Student Union 2475 Bancroft Way
Ralph J. Cicerone (President, NAS)
Why We Have Effective Agreements to Protect the Ozone Layer But Not to Stabilize Climate
Thursday,
Feb. 25
4:00 PM
141 McCone Hall
Bill Boos (Yale)
On abrupt changes in monsoons: the response to geologic uplift and next-century climate change
Wednesday,
Mar. 2
11 AM
575 McCone Hall
Mark Zelinka (Lawrence Livermore National Lab)
Progress on Quantifying, Understanding, and Constraining Cloud Feedbacks
Tuesday,
Mar. 8
4 PM
120 Latimer Hall
Harold S. Johnston Lecture
Thomas Koop (Bielefeld University, Germany)
Atmospheric Aerosols and Clouds: Phase Transitions at Center Stage
Wednesday,
Mar. 9
11 AM
575 McCone Hall
Nicolas Marchand (Aix-Marseille Université)
Secondary Organic Aerosol dominated by biogenic precursors in European cities : impact of diesel emissions?
Wednesday,
Mar. 16
11 AM
575 McCone Hall
Kathleen Johnson (UC Irvine)
A multi-proxy speleothem record of Southeast Asian monsoon variability since 45 ka (abstract)
Tuesday,
Mar. 22
12 noon
Room 3122, Bldg. 90
LBNL
Denise Mauzerall (Princeton University)
Climate, Air Quality, and Health: Implications of China's Energy Future (abstract)
Wednesday,
Mar. 23

No seminar (Holiday)
Wednesday,
Mar. 30
11 AM
575 McCone Hall
George Bryan (NCAR)
Large-Eddy Simulations of Hurricane Boundary Layers: A Tale of Two Techniques
Wednesday,
Apr. 6
11 AM
575 McCone Hall
Phil Martien (BAAQMD)
Air Quality, Health, and Climate Protection: Evolving Strategies at the Bay Area's Regional Air District
Wednesday,
Apr. 13

No seminar
Wednesday,
Apr. 20
11 AM
575 McCone Hall
Debra Wunch (University of Toronto)
Learning about the carbon cycle using measurements of atmospheric column abundances
Thursday,
Apr. 21
4 PM
141 McCone Hall
Lynn Ingram (UC Berkeley)
California Climate Extremes: What the Paleoclimate Tells Us about a Warmer Future
Wednesday,
Apr. 27
11 AM
575 McCone Hall
Nadir Jeevanjee (LBNL)
Invariant radiative cooling and mean precipitation change

If there is an upcoming seminar you would like to see posted please write to
jlaughner-AT-berkeley-DOT-edu.
For complete seminar listings, click on department links
above.