2011 Symposium

15th Annual Severe Weather Symposium

The 15th annual Severe Weather Symposium was on Friday, March 4, 2011 in the Cartoon Room of the Ohio Union on the campus of The Ohio State University.

Speakers and Topics – Click topics to download PowerPoint file

Thomas Adams – Ohio River Forecast Center
Quantative Precipitation Forecasts for Flood & Flash Flood Forecasting
Seth Binau – Science and Operations Officer – NWS Wilmington, OH
Radar Technologies Current and Future: TDWR and Dual Pol
Dr. Jim Hoke – Director of the Hydrometeorological Prediction Center
Hydrometeorological Prediction Center Today and in 2020
Gary Garnet – Warning Coordination Meteorologist – NWS Cleveland, OH
Millbury, OH Tornado – June 5, 2010
Dr. Geoffrey Parker – Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Impact of a severe microburst on the structure of a mixed deciduous forest on the Maryland costal plain
Dr. Henry Fuelberg – Florida State University
Forecasting Lightning Initiation and Cessation at Kennedy Space Center
Dr. Harold Brooks – National Severe Storms Laboratory
Tornado deaths: What the pass tells us about the future

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