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Free Weather & Climate Data Webinar

Esri

Esri, makers of the popular ArcGIS geographic information system software package, will be hosting a webinar aimed at learning how to transform weather and climate data into actionable information. The webinar will be held on June 20, 2018 from 10:00 - 11:00am Pacific Daylight Time, and is free to attend.

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Registration Open for GOES-R Series Virtual Course

COMET

The COMET program invites you to attend the GOES-R Series Faculty Virtual Course, a series of seven interactive webinars that provide an introduction to the new capabilities offered by the latest-generation GOES-R weather satellite.

Registration is free to university faculty; if space becomes limited, priority will be given to faculty registering by August 23, 2017.

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Registration Open for GOES-R Series Virtual Course

COMET

The COMET program invites you to attend the GOES-R Series Faculty Virtual Course, a series of seven interactive webinars that provide an introduction to the new capabilities offered by the latest-generation GOES-R weather satellite.

If space becomes limited, priority will be given to faculty registering by August 23, 2017.

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GOES-R Series Virtual Course

COMET

The COMET program invites you to attend the GOES-R Series Faculty Virtual Course, a series of seven interactive webinars that provide an introduction to the new capabilities offered by the latest-generation GOES-R weather satellite. Registration is free for university faculty.

Sessions run on Wednesdays at 12pm MDT between August 30 and November 1, 2017. Webinar sessions will last 45 minutes and will consist of a 25 minute presentation followed by 20 minutes of discussion time. Recordings will be made available online.

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National Flood Interoperability Experiment Webinar Series

CUASHI

The National Flood Interoperability Experiment (NFIE) is a project sponsored by the National Weather Service, the University of Alabama, and the Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUASHI) to help build a new high resolution, near real-time hydrologic simulation and forecasting model for the United States. The University of Alabama and the recently opened National Water Center (located on the Tuscaloosa campus of the University of Alabama) will be hosting a seven-week Summer Institute associated with the NFIE in June and July 2015.

A series of free webinars describing the NFIE program structure and the information and modeling sources available, as well as potential lines of research that could be pursued through the NFIE training program, are being held in the winter and spring of 2015. The next webinar will be held Wednesday, February 18th at 3:00 pm ET.

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