Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Core Satellite, scheduled for launch in 2014. Prof. Petty is a Science Team member for this satellite and is helping to develop the models and algorithms that will be used to retrieve global precipitation from microwave observations from space. (Click to enlarge)
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My Schedule for Spring 2012
- University Committee: Monday (usually), all day (including prep)
- Departmental Seminar: W 2:25-3:25 pm
- Faculty meetings: First Wednesday of each month, 3:30-5:00 pm
- CAPE meetings: Friday 4:00-5:00 pm
- July 20 – August 12 (International Radiation Symposium/Berlin + vacation)
- AOS 100: Weather and Climate
- AOS 330: Physics of the Atmosphere and Ocean I
- AOS 340: Physics of the Atmosphere and Ocean II
- AOS 401: Mountain Meteorology Field Trip
- AOS 630: Introduction to Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics
- AOS 640: Radiation in the Atmosphere and Ocean