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SSEC Director Search Candidate Presentation

"Characterizing the Particles that Make Clouds: Findings, Uncertainties and Next Steps" by Daniel Cziczo

Event Details

Date
Monday, May 14, 2018
Time
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Location
Marquee Theatre, Union South
Description
It is known that anthropogenic greenhouse gases lead to a warmer climate. We also affect climate by producing particles which spawn clouds. New aircraft and field instruments help us understand their climate impact and understand puzzling previous results. There remain limitations of current instruments, which can be solved with new technology. We will conclude with how this technology can be used better understand climate and precipitation not only on Earth, but also for nearby and exoplanets.
Cost
Free

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