Researchers presented preliminary results from the Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment 2009-2010 (VORTEX2) during a special session at the American Meteorological Society Severe Local Storms Conference held in Denver, Colo. in October.
Talks and Articles
NSSL scientists presented current research at the American Meteorological Society’s Severe Local Storms Conference Oct. 11-14 in Denver Colo.
NOAA World, NOAA’s online newsletter recently posted an article about VORTEX2, a historic tornado project.
The Kimpel Symposium was held on June 18, 2010 in honor of the retirement of Dr. Jeff Kimpel, former Director of NSSL.
A presentation on how VORTEX2 is really the ultimate science project targets elementary and middle school students.
“Eye of the storm: The changing face of weather radar” is the title of an article spotlighting NSSL’s research. You can find the article here: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/234fa028#/234fa028/62
Weatherwise Magazine published an article about VORTEX2 in their January/February 2010 edition. To read the article, go to: http://www.weatherwise.org/Archives/Back%20Issues/2010/January-February%202010/vortex2-full.html.
NSSL Deputy Director Kevin Kelleher gave a “webinar” on CI-FLOW at the Water Resources Research Institute of The University of North Carolina.
The Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society published two articles by NSSL in the October, 2009 issue.
NSSL scientists will present current research at the National Weather Association Annual Meeting to be held in Norfolk, VA from October 18-22, 2009. The theme of the meeting is: “The Future is Now: New Technologies and Techniques to Support the Weather Enterprise and Society: 2010 and Beyond.”