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Course: MET 390, Fall 2009
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Castleton State College - MET - 390
Large-scale Vorticity EquationThe vorticity equation is an alternate form of the equation of motion that has many advantages. Begin with the equation of motion with pressure as the vertical co-ordinate,z du = -g + fv x dtExpand the total derivati
Castleton State College - MET - 3331
MET-3331: Analysis and Forecasting I Fall 2005 Dr. Jason &quot;Jay&quot; Shafer MW 12:15-1:10 PM TH 6:00-7:55 PM Vail 449 ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING I SYLLABUS COURSE DESCRIPTION: In order to predict future weather, one must have a firm understanding of the past
Castleton State College - MET - 3331
MET 3331 F05 Homework 1 Due: 9/12/05 Name:_Identify two major frontal cyclones over North America on the HPC website: http:/www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov/html/sfc2.shtml . Track their evolution for at least 3 days. Use the 500mb chart for upper-air data: h
Castleton State College - MET - 3020
Writing effective forecast discussionsObjective of the forecast discussion: To paint a more detailed and interesting picture of the current weather and forecast by summarizing the main weather features, how these features evolve and interact, and w
Castleton State College - MET - 3020
Getting to Know the Northeast Kingdom GeographyMET-3020: Practicum in Forecasting and Broadcasting Updated 8/19/08VT/NH CountiesVT Population DensityOur Forecast Area: The Northeast Kingdom -2074 sq mi -54 cities/towns/villages -Elevation ran
Castleton State College - MET - 3020
Local Climatology InformationIn addition to reviewing these select slides, I highly recommend you investigate the below pages to learn more about local climate information: http:/www.weather.gov/climate/xmacis.php?wfo=btv and http:/www.weather.gov/c
Castleton State College - MET - 3020
MET-3020: Forecasting and Broadcasting Practicum Spring 2009 Dr. Jay Shafer Office: T, TH 1:00-2:30PM, Vail 434 FORECASTING AND BROADCASTING PRACTICUM SYLLABUS COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course involves preparing and communicating weather forecasts for
Castleton State College - MET - 3020
Forecaster's Product GuideWhat1) 2) 3a) 3b) 3c) 4) 5) 6) 7a) 7b) 7c) 8) 9)Model/Source Detailshttp:/apollo/main/localwx.html shade every 20 knots &gt; 70knots use 500mb macro select &quot;MSL_pres&quot; use 850mb macro use 700mb macro Look Outside select &quot;6h
Castleton State College - MET - 3020
Character Help Guide Some Potential Characters: cold front warm front stationary front occluded front coastal front pressure trough low pressure, nor'easter, hurricane high pressure arctic, polar, subtropical polar jet stream subtropical jet stream
Castleton State College - MET - 3020
Analyst's Product GuideWhat1) 2) 3) 4a) 4b) 5) 6) 7) 8a) 8b) 9) 10) 11) 12) Human Impact 500mb heights 250mb Isotachs 500mb height and absolute vorticity Sea-level pressure Surface Maps and Radar Surface Maps 850mb Chart Surface Obs Surface Obs Sur
Castleton State College - MET - 4010
MET-4010: TV Weathercasting Spring 2009 Dr. Jay Shafer Office: T, TH 1:00-2:30PM, Vail 434 TV WEATHERCASTING SYLLABUS COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course involves preparing weather forecasts and communicating these forecasts to the general public via liv
Castleton State College - MET - 4010
Castleton State College - MET - 4010
Getting to Know the News7 Squiggle: GeographyMET-4010: Television Weathercasting Updated 8/19/08VT/NH CountiesVT &amp; NH Population DensityRemember, many people travel outside our squiggle each day, so expanding your focus about 30 miles in ever
Castleton State College - MET - 3310
MET3110Monday, April 18, 2005 Assignment 2: COMET module Due: Monday May. 9, 2005Choose two or three COMET modules on related topics (you may include case studies). Summarize the main points of these modules in a 4 to 5 page essay. You will be ma
Castleton State College - MET - 3310
MET3110Monday, Feb. 7, 2005 Assignment 1: Forecast Funnel Due: Friday Feb. 18, 2005Go through the assigned COMET module in the METLAB and write a twopage essay summarizing the &quot;forecast funnel&quot;. Discuss how it is applied in one of the two cases p
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET2121LTuesday May 31, 2005 Assignment 1: Planetary-scale winds (due Wednesday, June 7, 2005)1. The Earth Radiation Budget Experiment (ERBE) used satellite data to document the mean monthly radiation budget of the earth. The complete data for ea
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET2121LThursday Mar. 17, 2005Lab 7: Cyclone conceptual models and temperature advection a) Norwegian model (1922) - associated with large-amplitude long-wave trough at upper levels - weak to moderate continental or marine systemsFigure 1a) Iso
Castleton State College - MET - 2110
1. On the 12Z 26 Sept 2004 NCEP surface analysis below:a) circle 3 stations showing pressure falls associated with the onset hurricane Jean; b) put square boxes around 3 stations showing pressure rises associated with the departure of Hurricane Jea
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET2121L Lab 2: General CirculationThursday Jan. 27, 2005Please hand in a hard copy of this lab by the beginning of class next week. Save GARP images to your desktop and place in OpenOffice writer with your written solutions. Please print out the
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET2121LThursday Mar. 3, 2005 Lab 5: Polar Front Cyclone IIPlease hand in a hard copy of this lab by the beginning of next class Thursday March . You will be plotting isobars and isotherms in a limited region in order to analyze the fronts associ
Castleton State College - MET - 3020
Forecasting and Broadcasting Practicum (MET 3020) Instructor Name: Werner Wintels Office: Vail 434 Office hours: M-F 11-12 AM or by appointment e-mail: werner.wintels@lyndonstate.edu Time and Classroom Forecasts: About 2 hours/week per credit as sche
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
Survey of Meteorology II Lab (MET 1212L) Spring 2005 Instructor Name: Werner Wintels Office: Vail 434 Office hours: TBA e-mail: werner.wintels@lyndonstate.edu Time and Classroom Labs: Vail 449 Th 9-11:00 AM Webpage http:/apollo.lsc.vsc.edu/~wintelsw/
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET2121LTuesday May 31, 2005Lab 1: Introduction to GEMPAK Software: Satellite images and gridded Data Due Wednesday, June 7, 2005. Please print all assignments using OpenOffice Writer and color printer. Please slide it under my door in Vail 434.
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET2121LThursday Mar. 10, 2005 Lab 6: Sea-level pressure, thickness, and precipitation chartsPlease hand in a hard copy of this lab by the beginning of next class Thursday March 17. Please remember that neatness counts. If you mess up the page, y
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET2121LThursday Jan. 20, 2005Lab 1: Introduction to GEMPAK Software: Satellite images Please hand in a hardcopy of this lab at my office before 5 PM tomorrow. GEMPAK and NMAP functions are explained at:http:/my.unidata.ucar.edu/content/software
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET2121L Lab 4: Polar Front CycloneThursday Feb. 10, 2005Please hand in a hard copy of this lab by 5. PM Friday Feb. 11. Use GEMPAK program nwx to retrieve desired METAR reports. 1. a) On the given local map, plot the following parameters for the
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET2121LThursday Mar. 24, 2005 Lab 8: Baroclinic wave model of surface systemsUsing the three Canadian Meteorological Centre surface analysis for 6Z 23 March, 18Z 23 March, and 6Z 24 March, perform the following. 1. Plot a station plot of tempera
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET2121LThursday Apr. 14, 2005 Lab 10: Cloud and precipitation forecastingAt the end of class, each member of your group of three will be asked one or two questions orally on this lab. You will Assign the following roles within your group of thre
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET1212LThursday Apr. 28, 2005Lab 12: Final lab assignment: Web page and weather briefing (Due Thursday May. 5, 2005) 1. Prepare a web page linking to the web sites that you find the most useful in making forecasts. 2. For next class (Thursday Ma
Castleton State College - MET - 3332
MET3332Friday, February 18, 2005 Thermodynamic Equation III: Boundary Layers (due Friday, March 4, 2005)The executable files needed for this file are in: /mnt/homes/CLASSES/MET3332/lab04 lab04.gddiag.solution.exe - calculates residual heating gri
Castleton State College - MET - 3332
MET3332Friday, January 28, 2005 Lab 3: Moisture flux (due Friday, February 18, 2005)Please hand this lab in as a hard copy. You will be able to access the files needed for this lab using GARP. After Monday, you may access the needed ETA grids by
Castleton State College - MET - 3332
MET3332 Take Home Final (due Thurs. May 12)Friday, May 6, 2005The following case study is of the Nor'easter that made it's way up the Atlantic coast in late February/early March. We analyze the cyclone at 12Z 28 February. Please reverse the field
Castleton State College - MET - 3332
Weather analysis and forecasting (MET 3332) Instructor Name: Werner Wintels Office: Vail 434 Office hours: TBA e-mail: werner.wintels@lyndonstate.edu Time and Classroom Forecasts and lectures: Labs: Webpage http:/apollo.lsc.vsc.edu/~wintelsw/MET3332
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
Sample Problem for Assignment 2 1. The strength of fronts are measured in terms of temperature gradient (T/x) where T is temperature and x is the horizontal distance. A uniform air mass of 10 C lies directly to the west of a uniform air mass of 20 C.
Castleton State College - MET - 1212
MET1212 Assignment 2June 16, 20051. Air masses are characterized as much by lapse rates and stability as they are by temperature. Warm air masses are generally less stable than cold air masses, having greater lapse rates. A horizontally uniform a
Castleton State College - MET - 380
Pressure Tendency EquationTo identify the processes that lead to surface pressure change, start with the hydrostatic equation,p z= - g.Multiply by dz and assume that pressure changes more with altitude than any other independent variable, dp
Castleton State College - MET - 380
Static StabilityThe difference between the dry adiabatic process rate and the observed lapse rate, T - , cp p is a measure of the static stability. Both are positive. So, if the environmental lapse rate does not exceed the dry adiabatic proc
Castleton State College - MET - 380
Wind ComponentsWind is just the velocity of the air relative to the Earth's surface. It has both a direction and a speed, which means that wind is a vector quantity. Wind speed is usually expressed in units of knots, kts, or meters per second, m/s.
Castleton State College - MET - 380
Derivation of the Thermal Wind EquationOne of the most basic and important relationships in meteorology is between the vertical change of the geostrophic wind and the horizontal temperature gradient. Start with the equations for the geostrophic wind
Castleton State College - MET - 380
Analytic Models of Atmospheric FieldsA common approach in dynamic meteorology is to assume that fields can be represented by analytic functions. When these functions are substituted into the governing equations, additional information can be learned
Castleton State College - MET - 380
Gradient and AdvectionThe change of a scalar quantity, such as temperature or pressure, with distance is called the gradient of that quantity. A scalar gradient has magnitude and direction; therefore, it is a vector quantity. The direction of a temp
Castleton State College - MET - 380
Linear Velocity FieldA simple way to study horizontal circulation (wind) is to ignore nonlinear effects, which are assumed to be smaller than linear effects. The result is called the linear velocity field. Using a Cartesian coordinate system and the
Fayetteville State University - PSB - 4710
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Castleton State College - MET - 455
The Department of Energy's Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Unmanned Aerospace Vehicle (UAV) ProgramG. L. Stephens,a R. G. Ellingson,b J. Vitko Jr.,c W. Bolton,c T. P. Tooman,c F. P. J. Valero,d P. Minnis,e P. Pilewskie,f G. S. Phipps,g S. Se
Castleton State College - MET - 455
3-D Sonic AnemometerModel CSAT3Campbell Scientific, Inc.'s model CSAT3 3-D Sonic Anemometer has a 10 cm vertical measurement path, operates in a pulsed acoustic mode, and withstands exposure to harsh weather conditions. Three orthogonal wind compon
Castleton State College - MET - 455
700JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC TECHNOLOGYVOLUME 23A Lightweight Observation System for Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Concentration Using a Small Unmanned Aerial VehicleT. WATAIGlobal Environmental Forum, Tsukuba, JapanT. MACHIDANationa
Washington - MATH - 135
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Castleton State College - MET - 470
Fronts and FrontogenesisWhat is a front Temperature, density, and pressure structure? Wind variability across the front? Frontal slope? How do they get stronger (frontogenesis) or weaker (frontolysis)?What is a front?Defined: sloping zones of pro
Castleton State College - MET - 470
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Castleton State College - MET - 470
Mesoscale ModelingReview the tutorial at: http:/www.meted.ucar.edu/mesoprim/models/index.htmIn class discussion on horizontal and vertical resolution, hydrostatic versus non hydrostatic, parameterization schemes, and boundary conditionsReview of
Castleton State College - MET - 470
Flow Interaction with TopographyFundamental concepts: http:/www.meted.ucar.edu/mesoprim/flowtopo/ Mountain waves and down slope winds: http:/www.meted.ucar.edu/mesoprim/mtnwave/ Overview: Hazards Waves Features Climatology (pg 1 only) Downslope wind
Castleton State College - MET - 470
Definition of Mesoscale MeteorologyTerm was coined by Lidga (51) in the compendium of meteorology (AMS) Lidga was a radar meteorologist Used the term to classify phenomena observed by radars that were not observed by conventional observations. Since
Castleton State College - MET - 470
Supercell Physical ProcessesUpdraft Tilt Mid-level rotation Straight hodograph processes Curved hodograph processes Low-level rotationIn an environment with no vertical wind shear, there is no tilt to the updraft. This can also be explained from a
Castleton State College - MET - 470
Deep Convection Conceptual Models Based on Physical Processes DiscussionOrdinary Cells Multicell storms SupercellsNotice:Ordinary CellsFirst radar-detected echo is aloft, not at the surface No updraft tilt Precip core and downdraft wipe out u