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More than 10 CPO staff, research team members, and interns will attend and present on climate topics relevant to CPO's mission at the American Meteorological Society 103rd Annual Meeting

  • 6 January 2023
More than 10 CPO staff, research team members, and interns will attend and present on climate topics relevant to CPO's mission at the American Meteorological Society 103rd Annual Meeting

More than 10 CPO staff, research team members, and interns will attend and have presentations on climate-related topics at the 2022 American Meteorological Society (AMS) meeting. The presentations represent a total of 19 abstracts. As leaders in the field, some of the staff will lead sessions and town halls while others are supporting authors. See the full list of CPO presentations at AMS below.  

 

Monday, January 9, 2023

Amber Liggett, CEE

  • Panel Discussion PD1 - WRN Asks: What If…?

  • 8:30-10am MT

  • Colorado Convention Center - 107 (Meeting Room Level)

 

Crystal Stiles & Britt Parker, NIDIS

 

Ben DeAngelo, DO

  • Developing Codes and Standards for Climate-Resilient Infrastructure: Partnership between NOAA and American Society for Civil Engineers

  • 4:45 - 5:00 PM MT

  • Room 501 (Meeting room level)

 

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Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Joel Lisonbee, NIDIS

 

Joel Lisonbee, NIDIS

 

Marina Skumanich, NIDIS

  • The National Coordinated Soil Moisture Monitoring Network – What It Is and Why It Matters to Atmospheric Scientists

  • 9:40-10:00 am MT

  • NOAA Booth

 

Morgan Zabow (NIHHIS, presenting), Hunter Jones (NIHHIS), Juli Trtanj (NIHHIS), Kim McMahon (NWS), and Paul Schramm (CDC)

  • The National Integrated Heat Health Information System: A Federal Approach to Addressing Extreme Heat and Health 

  • 9:45-10:00 AM MT

  • Room 402

 

Hunter Jones (NIHHIS, presenter), Morgan Zabow, Richard Glupker, Dan Pisut (Esri), Juli Trtanj, David Herring - NOAA CPO

  • 7B.6 - Heat.Gov - the Premier Source of Heat and Health Information for the Nation

  • 2:45 PM - 3:00 PM

  • Room 304

 

Marina Skumanich, NIDIS





 

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Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Molly Woloszyn and Joel Lisonbee, NIDIS

 

Meredith Muth, NIDIS

 

Molly Woloszyn, NIDIS

 

Joel Lisonbee, NIDIS

  • How Citizen Science and Crowdsourced Data Aid in Drought Early Warning

  • 8:30-10:00 am MT

 

Hunter Jones, NIHHIS (chair) + Jenni Vanos (ASU), Jared Rennie (NCEI), Chandana Mitra (Auburn), Ben Zaitchik (Johns Hopkins), Dev Niyogi (UT Austin), Ariane Middel (ASU), Robb Randall (Army Research Lab) - co-chairs.

  • Community Urban Climate Observations Workshop Parts I and II

  • 1:30PM - 5:00PM MT

  • Room 304

 

Morgan Zabow and Hunter Jones, NIHHIS 

  • Presenting Heat.gov and Urban Heat Island VR experience

  • 5:20-5:40 PM MT

  • NOAA Booth

Thursday, January 12, 2023

Meredith Muth, NIDIS

  • Advancing Drought Science and Preparedness Across the Nation: NOAA's National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS)

  • 9:40 - 10:00 am MT

  • NOAA Booth

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Molly Woloszyn, NIDIS

 

Molly Woloszyn, NIDIS

 

To see the full agenda of presentations, click here.

For more information, contact Amber Liggett.

Image credit: AMS

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