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Past CSTAR Grants (since 2010)

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Theme Project Title Principal Inverstigator(s) PI Affiliation  Time Active     
Hazardous Weather A Partnership to Develop, Conduct, and Evaluate Real-time Advanced Data Assimilation and High-Resolution Ensemble and Deterministic Forecasts for Convective-scale Hazardous Weather Ming Xue, Fanyou Kong,  Keith Brewster and Yungsun Jun University of Oklahoma   


July 2013-2016
Hydrology Towards Objective Multi-Modeling for MultiInstitutional Seasonal Water Supply Forecasting Hamid Moradkhani Portland State University May 2011-2015
Coastal Weather Development of an Integrated Wave-CurrentWind Forecasting System for Cook Inlet: Supplementing NCEP's Forecasting Efforts Vijaykumar Panchang Texas A&M University May 2010-2016
Hazardous Weather Integration of Forecast Sensitivity into the NWS Forecasting Process to Improve Predictability of High-impact Weather Brian Ancell and Steven Weiss Texas Tech University May 2011-2014
Hazardous Weather A Partnership to Develop, Conduct, and Evaluate Real-time Convection-Resolving Probabilistic and Deterministic Forecasts for Convective-scale Hazardous Weather: Moving to the Next Level Ming Xue University of Oklahoma May 2010-2014
Synoptic Weather Predictability of High Impact Weather during the Cool Season over the Eastern U.S. Brian Colle SUNY Stony Brook May 2010-2014
Synoptic Weather Advancing Analysis, Forecast and Warning Capabilities for Hich Impact Weather Events John Horel and James Steenburgh University of Utah May 2010-2014
Hazardous Weather Improving Prediction of Severe Winds, Convection and Heavy Precipitation in the Southeastern U.S. Gary Lackmann North Carolina State University May 2010-2014
Hydrology A New Statistical Model of Streamflow Forecast Error Mekonnen Gebremichael UConn/UCLA Sept. 2010-2015
Synoptic Weather Collaborative Research with the National Weather Service on Cool and Warm-Season Precipitation Forecasting over the Northeastern United States Lance Bosart and Daniel Keyser SUNY Albany Sept. 2010-2015