These materials, most of which are in PDF format, are a record of what members of the Pacific Coastal Fog Project have presented at various scientific and public meetings. They range from slide shows given during technical sessions at scientific conferences, to presentations delivered to potential funders and talks to the general public interested in the subject of coastal marine fog. These presentations and posters, like the WebEx recordings, are also documents of the process of creating common knowledge. Although the material presented may be polished research products, the process of sharing across disciplines is not as tidy.
Topic Presenter Affiliation DateInfluence of Fog and Overcast on Stream Temperatures Mary Ann Madej U.S. Geological Survey 12/6/12Coastal Fog: Atmosphere, Biosphere, Ocean, and Land Interactions Alicia Torregrosa U.S. Geological Survey 12/6/12Thirty Years of Cloud Cover Patterns from Satellite Data Eric K. Waller and Dennis D. Baldocchi University of California, Berkeley 12/6/12Fog water collection measurements Daniel Fernandez California State University Monterey Bay 12/6/12Study of summertime coastal fog and its inland penetration Paulo Lucena Kreppel Paes Department of Land, Air, & Water Resources 12/6/12How Variations in Summertime Marine Clouds Drive California Temperatures Sam Iacobellis, Dan Cayan Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD and U.S. Geological Survey 12/6/12Exploring Meteorological and Climatic Conditions DrivingCalifornia Coastal Marine Layer Clouds Rachel E. Schwartz Climate, Atmospheric Science and Physical Oceanography 12/6/12Influence of the summer marine layer on patterns of chaparral diversity in west central California Michael C Vasey San Francisco State University 12/6/12
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