Search Results for: radar

Aug 31, 2016

Portfolio: NEXRAD Radar Precipitation Reanalysis

One of the most challenging and significant projects undertaken at NCICS has been the reprocessing of NEXRAD Level II radar data to produce a suite…→

Oct 29, 2014

The Impact of Raindrop Collisional Processes on the Polarimetric Radar Variables

Olivier Prat of CICS-NC and co-author Matthew Kumjian recently examined the complex, very small-scale processes of rainfall by combining model simulations of rainfall microphysics with…→

Apr 5, 2013

RADAR based High-Resolution Precipitation

The best precipitation dataset in current production in the US provides data every one to three hours, on a scale of roughly 4 km (one…→

 
Dec 10, 2018

NCICS at AGU 2018

NCICS staff are contributing to more than 30 sessions, presentations, and posters at the Fall 2018 meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) taking place on December…→

Jan 25, 2018

NOAA Big Data Project

Overview and CICS-NC Contributions NOAA’s Big Data Project (BDP) is designed to facilitate public use of key environmental datasets by providing copies of NOAA’s information…→

 
Dec 8, 2017

NCICS at AGU 2017

Scientists and other experts from NCICS are contributing to more than 30 sessions, presentations, and posters at the Fall 2017 meeting of the American Geophysical Society…→

Sep 27, 2017

GOES-16 Data in the Cloud

NOAA’s new geostationary weather satellite, GOES-16, is already changing the way we view our planet, even though it won’t be declared fully operational until later…→

May 8, 2017

Meet the Staff: Andrew Ballinger

By Andrew Dundas Andrew Ballinger, a postdoctoral research scholar at NCICS, grew up on a dairy farm outside of Melbourne, Australia. He partly attributes his…→

Feb 14, 2017

Internships

NCICS researchers occasionally work with interns (high school, college, recent graduates) on projects which fit into their scope of activities. The majority of NCICS internships…→

Feb 6, 2017

Meet the Staff: Jim Biard

By Andrew Dundas “Well, I’ll never match my dad,” laughed Jim Biard, one of our research scholars at NCICS, in reaction to my inquiry on…→