Running the Distance in Cogwheels - Multiscale Land-Atmosphere Interactions and Hydroclimatic Change

Water Events

2020 Distinguished Lecture Series



Dr. Ana P. Barros is the Edmund T. Pratt, Jr. School Distinguished Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Duke University. Her primary research interests are in Hydrology, Hydrometeorology and Environmental Physics with a focus on water-cycle processes in regions of complex terrain, remote sensing of the environment, and predictability and risk assessment of extreme events. Her research relies on intensive field and laboratory experiments, large–scale computational modeling, nonlinear data analysis and environmental informatics. Prof. Barros has served in multiple national committees over the years, such as the Space Studies Board of the National Research Council, the Water Science and Technology Board, the Board of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, and the US National Committee for the International Hydrology Program (IHP) of the UNESCO. She was a Senior Fellow at the Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA) 2011-2015, and she is a founding member of the ASCE committee on Climate Change and Adaptation. Currently, Dr.Barros is Past-Chair of Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences at AAAS, and President-Elect of the Hydrology Section of AGU. She was the Chief Editor of the Journal of Hydrometeorology for five years, and she is a member of the Editorial Board of AGU Advances. Prof. Barros is a Fellow of AGU, AMS, ASCE and AAAS, a senior member of IEEE, and a member of the National Academy of Engineering.

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Orographic Land–Atmosphere Interactions and the Diurnal Cycle of Low-Level Clouds and Fog

This lecture is part of the GIWS Distinguished Lecture Series 2020. Click below for more information on the series, including a full schedule and an archive of previous years.

Distinguished Lecture Series

Event Details

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CST