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Wed, 2016/04/20 - 3:35pm

Mesofest 2016


Mesofest is always a fun event. Students in Dr. Henry Fuelberg's mesometeorology class choose a weather event to research and create a poster. They then present their poster to students, staff and faculty during a mini-conference.


(Click on each poster for a larger pdf version)


Thu, 2016/04/14 - 8:34am

The University of Miami, Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies (CIMAS) is searching for a Research Associate II position in the area of Computer Science/Engineering and/or Information Technology. The position is within the Hurricane Research Division of NOAA. The incumbent will administer existing UNIX systems, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux and HP-UX UX used by CIMAS research staff.

Wed, 2016/04/13 - 12:09pm

Congratulations to EOAS Professors Dr. Jeff Chanton and Dr. Bill Landing, two outstanding researchers who’s work is being recognized by Florida State University and the Office of Campus Sustainability, for their work on sustainability-related research projects.

Dr. Chanton primarily focuses his research on three areas: reducing greenhouse gas emissions through better landfill design, examining the effects of permafrost thaw and peat soil formation on carbon dioxide and methane, and investigating the effects of the BP oil spill on the ocean sea floor.

Wed, 2016/04/13 - 12:02pm

Three-time Florida State University alumnus Antonio J. Busalacchi has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, which is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer.

Mon, 2016/04/11 - 9:25am

News Release from the Keck Center of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NAS).  This consensus report identifies opportunities to improve forecasting of weather, ocean, and other environmental conditions weeks to months ahead. The report presents a 10-year research agenda to accelerate progress in the nation’s subseasonal to seasonal forecasting capabilities to help support decision making.