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Title of the project:
"Analysis and Forecast of Hydrometeorological Phenomena Intense eastern Brazilian Northeast"

 

The general objective of the project:

 

The purpose of this project is to generate technical elements to support the approved project “Analysis and Forecast of Hydrometeorological Phenomena Intense eastern Brazilian Northeast” by the Joint Call CAPES / CEMADEN / MTCI – Pro-Alerts Notice in 24/2014. The main objective of this project is to support the training of human resources for the development of products derived from environmental satellite data and weather radar, and international cooperation with emphasis on collaboratory between: the PPGMet/UFAL, the PPGMet/UFCG, the PPGI/UFPB and the EUMETSAT / EUMETCast.

 

A article describing this research is: "Analysis and Forecast of Hydrometeorological Phenomena Intense eastern Brazilian Northeast"

 

PI: Carlos Santos (UFCG) - Curriculum Lattes

PI: Humberto Barbosa (UFAL) - Curriculum Lattes

PI: Tatiana Tavares (UFPB) - Curriculum Lattes

 


 

Title of the EUMETSAT project:
Conceptual Models for Southern Hemisphere

 

Title of the project:
Tropical Cyclones over the North Atlantic

 

Project Description:
A tropical cyclone (TC) is defined as a non-frontal, synoptic-scale cyclone, which develops over tropical and sub-tropical oceans and has a clearly defined, organized circulation. These cyclones can vary greatly in intensity, location and appearance. Depending on their location and strength, tropical cyclones are also referred to by names such as hurricane, typhoon, tropical storm, cyclonic storm, tropical depression or simply as cyclone. The Conceptual Model presented here should be regarded as the first phase towards a comprehensive description of tropical cyclone developments.

A website describing this research is: Conceptual Models for Southern Hemisphere project

 

LAPIS participants:
PI:
Humberto Barbosa- Curriculum Lattes
Leandro Rodrigo Macedo da Silva - Curriculum Lattes
Anselmo Manoel dos Santos - Curriculum Lattes
Carlos Pinto da Silva Neto - Curriculum Lattes

 


 

Title of the project:
Ontario Winter Lake-effect Systems (OWLeS)

 

Project Description:
The Ontario Winter Lake-effect Systems (OWLeS) project is the most advanced lake-effect storm research conducted ever on Lake Ontario, and will utilize state-of-the-art facilities like the University of Wyoming King Air and the Center for Severe Weather Research Doppler on Wheels radar.

A website describing this research is: OWLeS project

 

LAPIS responsabilities:
Support on launch weather balloons, collect snow measurements, and operate the Doppler on Wheels radars during lake-effect snow storms.

 

LAPIS participants:
Leandro Rodrigo Macedo da Silva - Curriculum Lattes
Carlos Pinto da Silva Neto - Curriculum Lattes

 


 

Title of the EUMETSAT project:
Conceptual Models for Southern Hemisphere

 

The general objective of the LAPIS project:
Teleconnections between the North Atlantic and the Tropical Atlantic and what drives the Atlantic ITCZ?

 

LAPIS responsabilities:
This study investigates patterns of teleconnections in the North Atlantic, more specifically how the Norwegian Sea SST relates to the Caribbean Sea climate variability, using instrumental data of sea surface temperature (SST) and sea level pressure (SLP) anomalies as the main climatic variables. The working hypothesis is that changes in the northern North Atlantic SST may be linked to the interhemispheric SST and SLP, and associated with the position of the ITCZ. As such relations are indicated by proxy data, similar patterns could perhaps be present as a modern mode of interannual to decadal variation. The main question raised in this work is the following: Can modern atmospheric and oceanic circulation dynamics explain present and past climate teleconnections between the northern North Atlantic and the Tropical Atlantic? To answer this question, a fundamental problem that needs to be explored is what drives the ITCZ and the North Atlantic variability. The answer to this will help the understanding of the correlations found in the records of the past.

 

PI: Humberto Barbosa

Collaborator: group LAPIS

 

 

 

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