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RELATED RESEARCH PAPER(S) TO READ IN ADVANCE OF PRESENTATION STUDENT (link brings up presentation) DATE TO BE PRESENTED
Tropospheric ozone trends at Mauna Loa Observatory tied to decadal climate variability Addie 28 January
Insights into the Uptake Processes of Wastewater-Borne Pharmaceuticals by Vegetables Grant

4 February

Temporal and spatial characteristics of the formation of strong noctilucent clouds
Megan R. 11 February
On the role of the Atlantic Ocean in forcing tropic cyclones in the Arabian Sea Siying 25 February
On the dynamics of an extreme rainfall event in northern India in 2013 Kalyan 4 March
The seasonal variations of atmospheric 134,137Cs activity and possible host particles for their resuspension in the contaminated areas of Tsushima and Yamakiya, Fukushima, Japan Kevin 11 March
Comparison of the effects of e-cigarette vapor and cigarette smoke on indoor air quality Dante 25 March
Western Wildfires: A Fiery Future Skylar 1 April
Critical surface albedo and its implications to aerosol remote sensing Jingting 8 April
A Case Study of Anomalous Snowfall with an Alberta Clipper Mike K. 15 April
Paper 1: Main Paper: Relationships between Deep Convection Updraft Characteristics and Satellite-Based Super Rapid Scan Mesoscale Atmospheric Motion Vector–Derived Flow
Paper 2: Theory: A Theory for Strong, Long Lived Squall Lines
Courtney 22 April

Paper 1: Main Paper: Characterization and morphological analysis of individual aerosol of PM10 in urban area of Lucknow, India
Paper 2: Reference Article: Physical and chemical properties of deposited airborne particulates over the Arabian Red Sea coastal plain
Paper 3: Reference Article: An infra-red spectroscopic view of atmospheric particulates over el paso, texas.

Mohammad 29 April
Part 1: The Evaporative Demand Drought Index. Part I: Linking Drought Evolution to Variations in Evaporative Demand
Part 2: The Evaporative Demand Drought Index. Part II: CONUS-Wide Assessment against Common Drought Indicators
Reference Article: FLASH DROUGHTS A Review and Assessment of the Challenges Imposed by Rapid-Onset Droughts in the United States
Shuang 6 May