Nssl.noaa.gov Science Jobs
NSSL Projects: Multi-Radar/Multi-Sensor System (MRMS)
The Multi-Radar Multi-Sensor (MRMS) project utilizes an automated system that rapidly and intelligently integrates data from multiple radars and radar networks, surface observations, numerical weather prediction (NWP) models, and climitology to generate seamless, high spatio-temporal resolution mosaics.
Posted: Friday Aug 7, 2020
Job Description: https://mrms.nssl.noaa.gov/
NSSL Research: Behavioral Insights
Posted: (2 years ago) NSSL social science research directly involves emergency managers, broadcast meteorologists, and operational forecasters, in addition to the United States public, to assure innovations in weather research are holistically integrated into the weather communication system. Research Areas Emergency Management
NSSL Video: Bite-Sized Science: VORTEX Southeast in 2018
Posted: (7 days ago) VORTEX-SE brings together brings together meteorologists, researchers and social scientists to collaborate on a research program looking at storms and conditions that produce tornadoes in the southeast United States. This experiment began in 2016 and continues through 2018.
NSSL Video: Bite-Sized Science: Advanced Technology ...
Posted: (20 days ago) Radar research at the NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory has taken another step forward. The Advanced Technology Demonstrator is installed at the National Weather Radar Testbed facility and will become fully operational in 2019. The Advanced Technology Demonstrator, or ATD, is the first full-scale, S-band, dual-polarization phased array radar built from the ground up and designed ...
NSSL Video: Bite-Sized Science: Threats in Motion
Posted: (6 days ago) Threats in Motion is the next step in the evolution of how weather information is provided to the public.
NSSL Video: Bite-Sized Science: Exploring the Supercell
Posted: (20 days ago) NSSL Video Bite-Sized Science: Exploring the Supercell. May 9, 2019
Working at NSSL: NRC Postdoctoral Fellowships
Posted: (3 days ago) The program is open to recent Ph.D. graduates in radar engineering, meteorology, hydrology, physics, applied mathematics, computer science, and other related disciplines. Successful applicants are mentored by NSSL scientists (advisors) over their two-year tenure and are encouraged to take advantage of the unique and exciting opportunities found ...