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The Climate Modeling Laboratory
at North Carolina State University

Introduction

The Climate Modeling laboratory (CLIMLAB) is directed by Professor Fredrick Semazzi. This website highlights the research activities conducted at Climlab, classes offered, data and related information.

Primary Foci

  • Numerical Model Development
  • Development of a fully coupled Atmosphere-Ocean-Lake-Land regional climate model for downscaling global model simulations and predictions
  • Collaborative research through programs like RCOF, ISET, SSA, US Department of Energy and UCAR Africa Initiative
  • Focus on end-user climate applications critical to Africa and the world
  • Research Experience for Undergraduates Project
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Highlights


::Dr Semazzi gave a presentation at the Regional and Global Water Issues Related to Climate Change and Finding Solutions Panel at the Turkish State Hydraulic Department; Istanbul, Turkey



::Climlab Director Fred Semazzi and co-PIs have been awarded an NSF grant to better predict hurricanes, climate patterns



::Opportunities for Collaboration with Uganda Institutions in Climate Change Education & Development of Adaptation Strategies --presented by Climlab Director Dr Fred Semazzi, July 2010, Uganda



::A Template for Creating a Sustainable Framework for Climate Services in Africa adapted from a Manuscript Submitted to the Journal of Climate Research Special Issue by Climlab Director Dr Fred Semazzi



::Dr Semazzi gave a presentation at the US-Africa Workshop on Expanding the AfricaArray Network to Support Multidisciplinary Science in Africa Jun 2-4, Washington, DC



::Extended abstract for Robert Mera's "Variability of Atmospheric Moisture during the Boreal Spring in West Africa" presentation at the AMS Hurricanes & Tropical Meteorology Conference, Tucson, AZ



::Robert Mera gave a presentation titled "Variability of Atmospheric Moisture during the Boreal Spring in West Africa" at the AMS Hurricanes & Tropical Meteorology Conference, Tucson, AZ