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Geography Colloquium: Perception And Response To Probabilistic Severe Weather Warnings Shown In Visual Formats

Published: Oct 4th, 2018

Perception And Response To Probabilistic Severe Weather Warnings Shown In Visual Formats Speaker: Dr. Kevin Ash Professor, Department of Geography, University of Florida Thursday, October 4, 2018 2:50-3:50 PM (Period… Read More

Dr. Matyas gives insight on how to stay safe this 2018 hurricane season

Published: Jul 19th, 2018

Dr. Corene Matyas was recently interviewed about the 2018 Hurricane Season by the St. Augustine Record. “No one knows for sure what the season will bring, but Corene J. Matyas,… Read More

A Nowcasting Model for Tropical Cyclone Precipitation Regions Based on the TREC Motion Vector Retrieval with a Semi-Lagrangian Scheme for Doppler Weather Radar

Published: May 21st, 2018

TANG, MATYAS – A Nowcasting Model for Tropical Cyclone Precipitation Regions Based on the TREC Motion Vector Retrieval with a Semi-Lagrangian Scheme for Doppler Weather Radar Jingyin Tang and Corene… Read More

Geography Colloquium: Weather, Climate and Crops; Forecasting and Commodity Simulation in the South East United States

Published: Feb 7th, 2018

Weather, Climate and Crops; Forecasting and Commodity Simulation in the South East United States Speaker: Mr. Fergus Keatinge PhD Student, Department of Geography, University of Florida Thursday, February 8, 2018… Read More

Geography Colloquium: Tracking Clouds in Hurricanes – From a Spatio-Temporal and Big-Spatial-Data Perspective

Published: Feb 23rd, 2017

Tracking Clouds in Hurricanes – From a Spatio-Temporal and Big-Spatial-Data Perspective Speaker: Mr. Jingyin Tang PhD Student, Department of Geography, University of Florida Thursday, February 23, 2017 3:00-3:50 PM (Period 8) Turlington… Read More

Spring Course: MET3503 Weather and Forecasting

Published: Nov 4th, 2016

Learning about the mechanisms behind weather & how to interpret various weather data.

Hurricane Matthew’s Near Miss of Florida May Result in More Widespread Damage Than Direct Hit

Published: Oct 8th, 2016

Hurricane Matthew’s near miss of Florida may result in more widespread damage than a direct hit – according to UF’s Dr. Corene Matyas – who was quoted in an October 7th Tampa Bay… Read More

Why Have We Seen A ‘Blob’ East Of Hurricane Matthew’s Eye And Why It Should Concern Us

Published: Oct 3rd, 2016

In a recent Forbe’s article, recent Geography alum (and Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech) Dr. Stephanie Zick helped explain ‘Why have we seen a ‘blob’ east of Hurricane Matthew’s eye and why it… Read More

Assessing air temperature trends in Mesoamerica and their implications for the future of horticulture

Published: Apr 25th, 2016

KEATINGE – Assessing air temperature trends in Mesoamerica and their implications for the future of horticulture J.D.H. Keatinge, P. Imbach, D.R. Ledesma, J. d’A. Hughes, F.J.D. Keatinge, J. Nienhuis, P. Hanson,… Read More

Geography Colloquium: New Insights into Tropical Convection and Hurricanes using Polarimetric Radar

Published: Jan 19th, 2016

Geography Colloquium New Insights into Tropical Convection and Hurricanes using Polarimetric Radar Speaker: Dr. Michael M. Bell Assistant Professor, University of Hawai’i at Manoa Thursday, January 21, 2015 3:00-3:50 PM (Period… Read More