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HS3 Science Team Meeting May 5 - 7, 2015

HS3 Science Team Meeting May 5 - 7, 2015
NASA Research Park, Moffett Field, CA 

Final Attendee List

Meeting Minutes

Tuesday May 5

8:00-8:10 Greeting/Mission Status Overview Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
8:10-9:40 Overview from each instrument team  
  Environmental  
  CPL Dennis Hlavka - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  AVAPS Terry Hock - NCAR
  S-HIS Joe Taylor - University of Wisconsin
  Overstorm  
  HIWRAP Gerry Heymsfield - NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
  HIRAD Daniel Cecil - NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
  HAMSR Bjorn Lambrigsten - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
10:10-3:10 Science Team Member Presentations  
  The controversy regarding HS3 surface pressure observations during the rapid intensification of Edouard on September 14-15 Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Intensity change and possible unusual eye wall replacement cycle of Edouard between 14-15 September Ed Zipser - University of Utah
  Multiscale kinematic structure and evolution of Hurricane Edouard from 14-16 September using Global Hawk dropsondes and P-3 airborne Doppler radar Robert Rogers - NOAA HRD
  On the dynamics of secondary eyewall formation in Hurricane Edouard Michael Montgomery - Naval Postgraduate School
  Edouard secondary eyewall dynamics as captured by NASA HS3 dropsonde observations Sergio Abarca - Naval Postgraduate School
  Precipitation evolution over 4 days with respect to the shear vector [using lightning, radar, and passived microwave data] during Edouard's intensification Trey Alvey - University of Utah
  Hurricane Nadine's interaction with the SAL as seen in observations and COAMPS-TC simulations Deanna Hence- University of Illinois
  Exploring dust impacts on tropical systems from the NASA HS3 field campaign Ed Nowottnick - GESTAR/USRA
  Observations and modeling of Saharan dust interaction with Hurricane Nadine (2012) Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Warm core and vortex analysis for HS3 case studies elucidated from GH dropsonde data Jeffrey Halverson - UMBC
3:10-4:30 Poster Session  
  Evaluation of Tropical Cyclone Inner Core Precipitation Properties using Passive Microwave (1998-2012) T. Alvey
  Comparison of reanalyses and observations over the Atlantic with respect to Tropical Storms A. Brammer
  Three-year analysis of S-HIS dual-regression retrievals using collocated AVAPS and CPL measurements D. DeSlover
  Lifecycle of Hurricane Nadine (2012) T. Dunkerton
  Dropsonde and CPL Observations of Tropical Cyclone Cirrus Structure P. Duran
  Assessing the sensitivity of the tropical cyclone secondary circulations to perturbed outflow via idealized COAMPS-TC simulations W. Komaromi
  Tropical cyclone characteristics as revealed by WWLLN, GRIP, and HS3 data S. Stevenson
  Simulations of the 24-25 August 2013 SAL event Z. Tao
  Scanning High-resolution Interferometer Sounder (S-HIS) Radiometric Calibration and Performance During HS3 J. Taylor
  Summary of Tropical Cyclone Cloud-Top Products and Analyses from Satellite during the HS3 Project C. Velden/Griffin
  Composite analysis of cloud structures in tropical cyclones observed by CloudSat L. Wu
  The thermodynamic and kinematic lifecycle of Hurricane Edouard as seen by dropsonde observations J. Zawislak
4:30-5:30 Science Team Member Presentations  
  GHRC HS3 Data Archive Manil Maskey - University of Utah
  SHOUT Gary Wick - NOAA 
  The final two MDR flights of 2014 M. Black/ Jason Dunion - NOAA
5:30  End of Session for Day 1  

Wednesday May 6

8:00-5:00 Science Team Member Presentations  
  On the intensity change of Hurricane Earl (2010) Da-Lin Zhang - University of Maryland
  Study of Hurricane Edouard of September 2014 using data assimilation and prediction experiments using a cloud-resolving model T.N. Krishnamurti - Florida State University
  Predictability and dynamics of the rapid intensification of Hurricane Edouard (2014) evaluated through convection-permitting ensemble forecasts Fuqing Zhang - Penn State University
  Observations of the TC Diurnal Cycle during Hurricane Edouard Jason Dunion - NOAA
  Tropical cyclone diurnal cycle as seen by TRMM Daniel Cecil - NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
  Characterizing the evolution of Hurrican Karl (2010) through analysis of high-resolution Doppler radar data Jennifer DeHart - University of Washington
  Summary of hurricane outflow jet structure derived from GH dropsonde observations during HS3 (2012-14) Pete Black - Naval Research Laboratory
  Hurricane outflow, initial condition sensitivity, and HS3 observation impact James Doyle - NRL
  Use of HS3 data for understanding the tropical cyclone outflow layer John Molinari - SUNY Albany
  Tropical cyclone interaction with an upper level cold core low Omar Nava - UCLA
  Lagrangian flow boundaries divide cyclones and nearby dry air Blake Rutherford - NWRA
  HIWRAP observations of Hurricane Gonzalo Anthony Didlake - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  The influence of environmental moisture variability on tropical cyclogenesis associated with African easterly waves Chris Throncroft - SUNY Albany
  Real-time assimilation of Global Hawk dropsonde observations for improved hurricane track and intensity forecasts from NCEP's operations HWRF model Jason Sippel - NOAA
  Atmospheric profiles from SHIS during the HS3 field campaigns-retrieval technique and results Bill Smith - University of Wisconsin
  HIWRAP analysis of HS3 and GRIP data with a focus on the RI of Hurricane Karl (2010) Steve Guimond - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  A dropsonde-based analysis of the genesis of Tropical Storm Gabrielle (2013) Chip Helms - SUNY Albany
  Mesoscale convective mass flux in tropical cyclones Saska Gjorgjievska - NMT
  Moisture and vorticity budgets in tropical cyclones calculated from HS3 dropsonde data Ana Juracic - NM Tech
5:00-5:30 Discussion  
5:30 End of Meeting  

HS3 Science Team & Deployment Preparation Meeting April 29 - May 1, 2014

HS3 Science Team & Deployment Preparation Meeting April 29 - May 1, 2014
NASA Research Park, Moffett Field, CA 

Final Attendees List

Meeting Minutes

Tuesday May 7

 

8:00 - 8:05 Introduction / Greeting Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
8:05 - 8:20 Opening statements Ramesh Kakar - NASA Headquarters
8:20 - 8:40 Mission Status Overview Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
8:40 - 10:00 AV-6 Instrument Overview  
  CPL Dennis Hlavka - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  AVAPS Terry Hock - NCAR
  S-HIS Daniel DeSlover - University of Wisconsin
10:30 - 12:10 Overstorm Overview  
  HIWRAP Gerry Heymsfield - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  HIRAD Daniel Cecil - NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
  HAMSR Bjorn Lambrigsten - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
1:00 - 2:00 Global Hawk updates  
  NASA Global Hawk: Aircraft status, integration, ops, and schedule David Fratello - Fratello, Inc.
  HS3 pilot discussion Jonathan Neuhaus - NOAA
  Global Hawk cruise performance Mark Buschbacher - NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
2:00 - 2:15 Field operations for 2014 deployment Marilyn Vasques - NASA Ames Research Center
2:15 - 2:45 Mission Tools Suite Aaron Duley - NASA Ames Research Center
3:00 - 3:20 HS3 data at GHRC Helen Conover - UAH
3:20 - 4:30 Lessons Learned from 2013  
  Lessons Learned - Mission Science Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Lessons Learned - Aircraft David Fratello - Fratello, Inc.
  Lessons Learned - Pilots Jonathan Neuhaus - NOAA
  Lessons Learned - Management Marilyn Vasques - NASA Ames Research Center
4:30 - 4:50 Lessons Learned Discussion Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
4:50 - 5:10 Eyewall and rainband structure as a function of shear: Implications for Global Hawk sampling Robert Houze - University of Washington
5:10 - 5:30 Upper-level outflow, predictability, and HS3 observation impact James Doyle - NRL
5:30 End of Session for Day 1

Wednesday May 8

8:00 - 11:50 HS3 Science Team Member Presentations  
 

Structure of the Saharan Dust outbreak of August 24-25, 2013

Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Tropical cyclone formation, structure, and longevity during HS3 Michael Montgomery - Naval Postgraduate School
  Why is it important to HS3 science to estimate convective vertical velocity accurately? Ed Zipser - University of Utah
  Factors that influence the probability of tropical cyclogenesis associated with African Easterly Waves Chris Thorncroft - SUNY Albany
  Multi-scale analysis of the kinematic and thermodynamic structure of TS Humberto using dropsonde and satellite data Jeffrey Halverson - UMBC
  Aircraft observations of the multiscale structure and evolution of rapidly intensifying tropical cyclones Robert Rogers - NOAA HRD
  An update on assimilation of HIWRAP data from Hurricane Karl Jason Sippel - Morgan State University
  Influences of dry air upon Hurricane Nadine (2012) Deanna Hence - ORAU
  Evaluation of satellite-derived air-sea flux products using dropsonde data Gary Wick - NOAA ESRD
  Hurricane outflow structures observed during HS3 2012-13 from AV-6 dropsondes and CIMSS Atmospheric Motion Vectors Peter Black - NRL
1:30 - 3:00 Poster Session  
  Diurnal pulsing of lightning in strong tropical cyclones S. Stevenson, K. Corbosiero, J. Dunion
  Sensitivity to humidity data assimilation for hurricane intensification and heavy rains T.N. Krishnamurti, R. Ross, J. Bielli, A. Thomas
  The entropy budgets calculated from HS3 dropsonde data A. Juracic
  HIWRAP observations from the HS3 campaign: Comparing retrieval techniques A. Didlake
  Planned HS3 data system H. Conover
  What can be learned from the 3-4 September 2013 Global Hawk flight into developing Gabrielle and disturbance 'Dent'? J. Zawislak, G. Alvey, E. Zipser
  S-HIS dual regression analysis for the 2012 and 2013 campaigns relative to AVAPS and CPL measurements D. H. DeSlover, E. Weisz, J. K. Taylor, H. E. Revercomb, D. C. Tobin, R. O. Knuteson, W. L. Smith
  Scanning High-resolution Interferometer Sounder (S-HIS) radiometric calibration and performance summary (HS3 2013) J. K. Taylor, H. Revercomb, F. Best, D. Tobin, R. O. Knuteson, N. Ciganovich, D. Deslover, S. Dutcher, R. Garcia, P. J. Gero, D. Hackel, D. Laporte, M. Werner
  HIWRAP analysis of HS3 measurements S. Guimond
  A preliminary look at a tropical convective system phase space C. N. Helms, J. P. Dunion, L. F. Bosart
  VAD analysis of Doppler velocity for HIWRAP observations L. Tian
  Evidence of strong updrafts in tropical cyclones using combined satellite, lightning, and high-altitude aircraft observations C. Velden, S. A. Monette, E. J. Zipser, D. Cecil, P. Black, S. A. Braun, G. M. Heymsfield
  Validation of satellite-derived cloud top heights in tropical cyclones using observations from the NASA Global Hawk and CALIPSO S. A. Monette, C. Velden, A. K. Heidinger, E. J. Zipser, D. Cecil, P. Black, S. A. Braun
  Genesis and persistence of Hurricane Nadine (2012) provides multiple opportunities for in situ sampling by unmanned aircraft T. J. Dunkerton & co-authors
3:00 - 3:20 Impact of assimilation of HS3 Global Hawk dropsonde observations on hurricane track and intensity forecasts from NCEP operational HWRF model Vijay Tallapragada - NOAA
3:20 - 3:50 SHOUT: Sensing Hazards with Operational Unmanned Technology: NOAA's multi-year plan to deploy the NASA Global Hawk aircraft for high impact weather Michael Black - NOAA
3:50 - 4:10 Hurricane Karl’s structure and some thoughts for 2014 strategy Daniel Cecil - NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
4:10 - 4:30 Utilizing NASA reconnaissance assets to investigate hurricane upper-level warm core evolution, inner core pulsing, and near-environment moisture interactions Jason Dunion - NOAA
4:30 - 5:30 Discussion/review of science operations Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
5:30 End of Session for Day 2  

Thursday May 9

8:00 - 10:30 HSRP Presentations  
  What controls tropical cyclogenesis: Moisture or moist static stability? David Raymond - New Mexico Tech
  Some preliminary results on the upper outflow layer of Hurricane Sandy (2012) Da-Lin Zhang - University of Maryland
  The PSU realtime WRF-EnKF system for HS3 and dynamics and predictability of Nadine (2012) Fuqing Zhang - Penn State University
  Investigation of lightning structure during the rapid intensification of Hurricane Earl (2010) Kristen Corbosiero - SUNY Albany
  Sensitivity to humidity data assimilation for hurricane intensification and heavy rains T.N. Krishnamurti - Florida State University
  The influence of environmental moisture on intensification of Hurricane Earl Robert Fovell - UCLA
10:30 End of Session/Meeting  

 

HS3 Science Team & Deployment Preparation Meeting May 7-9, 2013

HS3 Science Team & Deployment Preparation Meeting May 7-9, 2013
NASA Research Park, Moffett Field, CA 

Final Attendees List 

Tuesday May 7 - Download All

8:00 - 8:05 Introduction / Greeting Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
8:05 - 8:20 Opening statements Ramesh Kakar - NASA Headquarters
8:20 - 8:40

Mission Overview

Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
8:40 - 10:00 Environmental Overview  
  CPL Dennis Hlavka - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  AVAPS Terry Hock - NCAR
  S-HIS Henry Revercomb - University of Wisconsin
 

TWiLiTE

Bruce Gentry - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
10:30 - 12:10 Overstorm Overview  
  HIWRAP Gerry Heymsfield - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  HIRAD Daniel Cecil - NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
  HAMSR Bjorn Lambrigsten - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  GPS Winds Jim Garrison - Purdue University
  ADELE David Smith - UC Santa Cruz
1:30 - 3:00 Poster Session  
  A Multi-spectral Analysis of Tropical Cyclone Cloud Tops from Combined Satellite and High-Altitude Aircraft Remote Sensing C. Velden and S. Monette (UWisc.-CIMSS), P. Black (NRL-MRY), A. Heidinger (NOAA/NESDIS), E. Zipser (Utah), and G. Heymsfield (NASA/GSFC)
  Wind Retrieval Algorithms for Downward Pointing, Conically Scanning Airborne Doppler Radar S. Guimond, L. Tian and G. Heymsfield
  Dust impact and forecast evaluation during HS3 E. Nowottnick
  Extended-range (5-30 day) forecasts of tropical cyclones with the ECMWF ensemble during the HS3 field experiment R. Elsberry, H. Tsai, M. S. Jordan, and F. Vitart
  S-HIS Dual Regression Analysis Relative to AVAPS and CPL Measurements D. DeSlover, et al
  S-HIS Real-time Processing and Data Transport D. Hoese, R. Garcia, et al
  S-HIS Radiometric Calibration and Performance J. Taylor, et al
  Composite Analyses of Tropical Convective Systems Prior to Tropical Cyclogenesis Charles N. Helms, Jason P. Dunion, and Lance F. Bosart
  Secondary eyewall formation as a progressive boundary layer response Sergio F. Abarca, Michael T. Montgomery and Michael M. Bell
  Departures from gradient wind balance during secondary eyewall formation Sergio F. Abarca and Michael T. Montgomery
  Organization of Tropical Cyclone Kinematics by Environmental Shear J. DeHart, R. Houze and R. Rogers
  A Multiscale Analysis of Hurricane Earl's Period of Rapid Intensification During GRIP: Relationships Among Convective Bursts, Lightning and the Warm Core J. Thomas (UMBC), J. Halverson (UMBC), G. Heymsfield (GSFC), B. Pasken (SLU)
  Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Tropical Cyclogenesis: Evidence from Recent Field Programs J. Zawislak and E. Zipser
  Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Earl (2010): Vorticity and Mass-Flux budgets G. Susca-Lopata (University of Utah) E. Zipser (University of Utah), C. Lopez-Carillo (New Mexico Inst. of Mines and Technology), D. Raymond (New Mexico Inst. of Mines and Technology), R. Rogers (NOAA HRD)
  VAD analysis of wind field at nadir from HIWRAP observations during GRIP Lin Tian, G. Heymsfield, S. Guimond, L. Li
  The JPL Tropical Cyclone Information System - a tool for hurricane research and model evaluation: The 11-year global database and the GRIP/HS3 interactive portals S. Hristova-Veleva, Z. Haddad, B. Knosp, B. Lambrigtsen, P. P. Li, N. Niamsuwan, W. L. Poulsen, T.-P. Shen, S. Tanelli, F. J. Turk, Q. A. Vu
  Identifying Opportunities for Enhanced HS3 Collection Synergies D. Poppe
  The Kinematic Boundaries of Hurricane Nadine B. Rutherford, T. Dunkerton, and M. Montgomery
  Insights into the Tropical Cyclogenesis of Hurricane Sandy L. Lussier III and M. Montgomery
  Tropical Cyclone Outflow Layer Structure J. Molinari, P. Duran, D. Vollaro, and K. Corbosiero
3:30 - 4:45 Lessons Learned - Mission Science Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Lessons Learned - Aircraft David Fratello - NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
  Lessons Learned - Management Marilyn Vasques - NASA Ames Research Center
4:45 - 5:00 Lessons Learned Discussion Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
5:00 - 5:30 Open Discussion/Action items Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
5:30 End of Session for Day 1

Wednesday May 8 - Download All

8:00 - 11:50 HS3 Science Team Member Presentations  
 

Observations of Long-Lived Hurricane Nadine from the 2012 Campaign of the HS3 Investigation

Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  New insights from GRIP/HS3 Michael Montgomery - Naval Postgraduate School
  An analysis of the observed low-level structure of rapidly intensifying and mature Hurricane Earl (2010). M. Montgomery, et al. Michael Montgomery - Naval Postgraduate School
  Meeting the challenge of obtaining and interpreting observations of deep convection in tropical disturbances and hurricanes Ed Zipser - University of Utah
  Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Variability in 2012 - A Multiscale View Chris Thorncroft - SUNY Albany
  TC inner-core structure and intensification Robert Rogers - NOAA HRD
  Assimilating HIWRAP Doppler velocity data with an ensemble Kalman filter Jason Sippel - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  The Interfaces between Dry Air and Hurricane Nadine Deanna Hence - University of Washington
  Evaluation of Integrated Water Vapor Retrievals from SSMIS Gary Wick - NOAA ESRD
  Analyses of hurricane outflow layer structure using dropsonde observations deployed from a NASA Global Hawk AUV during HS3 Peter Black - Naval Research Laboratory
11:50 - 12:10 SEAC4RS Hurricane Study Leonhard Pfister - NASA Ames Research Center
1:30 - 2:30 Aircraft Status, Integration, and Schedule David Fratello - NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
2:30 - 3:00 Ku availability/Bandwidth discussion Don Sullivan - NASA Ames Research Center
3:30 - 5:00 Forecasting procedures - Flight modules and planning - PMOF operations Jason Sippel, Scott Braun, and Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
5:00 - 5:30 Open Discussion/Action items Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
5:30 End of Session for Day 2  

Thursday May 9 - Download All

8:00 - 10:00 HS3 Deployment Details  
  Field Operations for 2013 Marilyn Vasques - NASA Ames Research Center
  Mission Tools Suite Aaron Duley - NASA Ames Research Center
  HS3 Data Catalog Amber Emory - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Mission Scientist and Forecaster scheduling Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Final wrap up Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
10:30 - 3:50 HSRP Presentations  
  Disruption of the Organization of Convection from High Aerosol Number Concentrations T.N. Krishnamurti - Florida State University
  The Moist Entropy Change in Hurricane Nadine Ana Juračić - New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
  Roles of Upper-Level Processes in Tropical Cyclogenesis D.-L. Zhang - University of Maryland
  Conceptual Models of Tropical Cyclone Structures Robert Houze - University of Washington
  Super-obing and Assimilation of GRIP/HS3 Data for Prediction and Predictability of Hurricanes Fuqing Zhang - Penn State University
  Roles of Convective Structure, Organization, and Intensity in Tropical Cyclone Intensification Daniel Cecil - NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
  The Unusual Beginning (and Ending) of Rapid Intensification in Hurricane Earl (2010) John Molinari - SUNY Albany
  Upper-Level Outflow, Predictability, and HS3 Observation Impact James Doyle - Naval Research Laboratory
  Utilizing NASA Reconnaissance Assets to Investigate Hurricane Upper-Level Warm Core Evolution, Inner Core Pulsing, and Near-Environment Moisture Interactions Jason Dunion - University of Miami
  Influence of cloud-radiative processes on tropical cyclone storm structure and intensity Robert Fovell - UCLA
3:50 - 4:20 Discussion  
4:20 End of Session/Meeting  

 

HS3 Lessons Learned Presentations October 3, 2012

Mission Science Lessons Learned - HS3 2012 Scott Braun et al.
AVAPS Flight Summary - HS3 2012 Terry Hock et al.

CPL Science and Lessons Learned - HS3 2012

Matthew McGill et al.
S-HIS Science and Lessons Learned - HS3 2012 Henry Revercomb et al.

 

HS3 Media Day Presentations September 19, 2012

HS3 2012 Overview Scott Braun
NASA Global Hawk Overview Chris Naftel

 

HS3 Module Team Presentations June 15, 2012

SAL SAL Module - 06.15.12 Scott Braun, Jason Dunion, Pete Colarco
Outflow Layer Outflow Layer Module - 06.15.12 Jim Doyle, Russ Elsberry, Peter Black, Leslie Lait
Inner Core Convection Inner Core Module - 06.15.12 Gerry Heymsfield, Jason Sippel, Robert Rogers, Deanna Hence, Leslie Lait
Genesis

Genesis Module - 06.15.12

Genesis Flight Patterns

Dave Raymond, Russ Elsberry, Ed Zipser, Michael Montgomery, Jon Zawislak
Extratropical Transition ET Module - 06.15.12 Jeffrey Halverson, Pat Harr, Ryan Spackman
HS3 Field Catalog HS3 Field Catalog - 06.15.12 Amber Emory, Jim Doyle, Dan Chirica

 

HS3 Module Team Presentations May 29, 2012

SAL SAL Module Scott Braun, Jason Dunion, Pete Colarco
Outflow Layer Outflow Layer Module Jim Doyle, Russ Elsberry, Peter Black, Leslie Lait
Inner Core Convection Inner Core Module Gerry Heymsfield, Jason Sippel, Robert Rogers, Deanna Hence, Leslie Lait
Genesis Genesis Module Dave Raymond, Russ Elsberry, Ed Zipser, Michael Montgomery, Jon Zawislak
Extratropical Transition ET Module Jeffrey Halverson, Pat Harr, Ryan Spackman
HS3 Field Catalog HS3 Field Catalog Template Amber Emory, Jim Doyle, Dan Chirica

 

HS3 Science Team & Deployment Preparation Meeting May 7-8, 2012

HS3 Science Team & Deployment Preparation Meeting May 7-8, 2012
Wallops Flight Facility, VA 

Final Attendees List 

Monday May 7

8:00-8:05 Introduction / Greeting Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
8:05-8:20 Opening statements Marilyn Vasques – NASA Ames Research Center
8:20-8:40 Mission Overview Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
8:40-10:00 Environmental Overview  
  CPL Matthew McGill - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  AVAPS dropsondes Gary Wick - NOAA
  S-HIS Henry Revercomb - University of Wisconsin
  TWiLiTE Bruce Gentry - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
10:30-11:30 Overstorm Overview   
  HIWRAP Gerry Heymsfield - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  HIRAD Tim Miller - NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
  HAMSR Bjorn Lambrigsten / Shannon Brown - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
1:00 – 1:45 Real time Products Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
1:45 – 3:00 Lessons Learned Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Test Flights Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Project Management Marilyn Vasques – NASA AMES ESPO
3:30 – 4:30 Intercomparisons from Test Flights Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  GH vs G-IV drop comparisons Gary Wick - NOAA
  HAMSR Bjorn Lambrigsten / Shannon Brown - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  S-HIS Henry Revercomb - University of Wisconsin
4:30 - 5:00 Mission Schedule Overview and Operations Marilyn Vasques –NASA Ames Research Center
5:00 – 6:00 Online Data Catalog Scott Braun & Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

 

Tuesday May 8

7:50 - 8:00 Comments on Day 1/ Goals for Day 2 Scott Braun & Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
8:00 - 9:30 Presentations by Theory Groups  
  Insights from PREDICT/GRIP Michael Montgomery - Naval Postgraduate School
  Lessons Learned from GRIP that May Assist in Flight Planning for HS3 Ed Zipser & Jonathan Zawislak - Univ. of Utah
  Optimizing Strategies to Sample the Tropical Cyclone Warm Core and Warm Core Transitions During HS3 Jeff Halverson - UMBC
  Kelvin waves and TCs Chris Thorncroft - University at Albany, SUNY
  Observations of the inner-core structure of rapidly intensifying tropical cyclones Rob Rogers - NOAA/HRD
  Practical insights gained from assimilating HIWRAP radial velocity data with an Ensemble Kalman Filter Jason Sippel - NASA Goddard
10:00 – 11:00 Presentations by Theory Groups (cont)  
  Impact of Outflow on TC intensity and structure James Doyle - NRL
  The NASA GEOS-5 aerosol forecasting system in support of HS3 Peter Colarco - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Convective Structure in Relation to Shear Robert Houze - University of Washington
11:00–12:15 Discussion/review of science goals Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  Discussion on operational strategies Ed Zipser- Univ. of Utah & Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
1:30-2:00 Aircraft Status, Integration & Schedule Dave Fratello - NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
3:15 – 4:45 Wallops Flight Facility TOUR  
4:45 – 5:30 Open Discussion/ Action items Paul Newman - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
5:30 – 5:45 Final wrap up/ Next Meeting/Telecons Scott Braun - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

 

HS3 Science Team Tele-con October 5, 2011

HS3 2011 Mission Summary

 

HS3 Science Meeting, Greenbelt, MD, October 19-20, 2010

HS3 Introduction, Hal Maring, NASA Headquarters

HS3 Overview, Scott Braun, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Review of Science Goals, Scott Braun, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Overview of CPL Instrument, Matt McGill, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Overview of Dropsondes, Gary Wick, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Overview of S-HIS Instrument, Hank Revercomb, University of Madison, Wisconsin

Overview of TWiLiTE, Bruce Gentry, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Overview of HIWRAP, Gerry Heymsfield, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Overview of HIRAD, Tim Miller, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Global Hawk Aircraft Overview, Dave Fratello, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center

Lessons Learned, HS3 Operations, Marilyn Vasques, NASA Ames Research Center

Discussion on Operational Strategies, Scott Braun, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Modeling, Rob Rogers, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Theory Discussion, Michael Montgomery, Naval Postgraduate School

Theory Discussion, Chris Thorncroft, University at Albany, SUNY

Global Hawk HS3 Payload Integration, Dave Fratello, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center

Reporting Requirements/Reviews/Budget, Scott Braun, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center