Defining Long Island's Sea Breeze Event Using Hofstra Data and D-Basis Algorithm

in the math virtual seminar, Briana Schmidt will present her research. Weather prediction is important. From daily weather forecasts to hurricane paths, we rely on it on a daily basis. Studying one localized weather event, like the Long Island sea breeze event, can improve small-scale weather predictions and pave the way to more accurate predictions of large-scale storms. Hear about the process of defining the sea breeze event using data collected at Hofstra. Future goals include a new application of the D-basis algorithm, developed at Hofstra Math Department, to predict the sea breeze event. My supervisor was Dr. Adaricheva and we collaborated with Dr. Bernhardt.

Wednesday, April 29 at 11:30am

Zoom presentation. Email Eric.Rowland@hofstra.edu for registration information.
 



Wednesday, April 29, 2020

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