It’s a snowy day today in Boulder, CO, but that is not stopping SENEX investigators. Today the AMPS pod is being shipped to Tampa. Below are several pictures of the pod being packed up, courtesy of Joost de Gouw. For those of you who don’t know, SENEX is a field study run by NOAA that […]
It’s been an exciting week at the SOAS ground site in Brent, AL. Not only are our FB and Twitter pages soaring in popularity (thank you followers!), but also this past Thursday, there was a tornado near the site! Luckily, the site survived and no major damages occurred. Phew! In other news, much progress […]
The Southeast Atmosphere Study – the umbrella for SOAS, SENEX, NOMADSS – already has 129 Twitter followers! Be sure to follow @SAS_Operations if you are on Twitter to keep up with all of the exciting updates…They’ll be live tweeting from the C130!
This is the flux tower (now at 150 ft!) in a mixed forest adjacent to the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center (AABC). NCAR worked hard to get the tower put up in advance of deciduous tree leaf out. As you can see, we just made it. NCAR technicians say they could hear the leaves popping out. […]
Joost de Gouw recently showed us this photo. It comes from a recent Colorado State University press release and shows the difference in visibility in Great Smoky Mountain NP over the last 15 years. One of the SOAS ground sites will be in GSMNP at Look Rock. It looks like previous studies in the SE […]
The new road at our surface site in Brent, AL is in! Exclusive sneak peak photos of the road can be found below, courtesy of Dennis Stripling.
Can’t get enough of SOAS updates? Well no worries, you’re in luck because a new facebook page has been created. Please visit https://www.facebook.com/SOAS2013 to like the page and support our field study!
During the SOAS Science Coordination Meeting last Wednesday, there was a celebrity guest star appearance by none other than actor Lou Diamond Phillips. Phillips happened to be at the same restaurant that SOAS organizers were at for dinner, and it wasn’t too long until the actor and our SOAS organizers became cozy friends. Check out […]
Can’t you just feel the buzz of thoughts and activity in this room? This photo was taken by Dr. Carlton, who is at the SOAS Science Coordination Meeting that is taking place right now in D.C.
Google Hangout is one of the cyberspace mediums that SOAS investigators are using to organize logistics and spread ideas and knowledge. A few minutes ago, Dr. Ann Marie Carlton and graduate student Khoi Nguyen (both from Rutgers University) had a google hangout session with Dr. Markus Petters and graduate student Sarah Suda (both from N.C. […]