Funding Awards

Current:

End User Understanding in Higher Spatial and Temporal Hazardous Weather Forecasts. DOC-NOAA. PI: Daphne LaDue. $207,142. Funded 9/1/2019–8/31/2021.

A Workshop by Invitation at CALMet Conference, September 18, 2019. EUMETSAT. PI: Daphne LaDue. $8,641. Funded 7/1/2019–10/31/2019.

Linking Survivor Stories to Forensic Engineering Studies of Tornado Damage. DOC-NOAA. PIs: Daphne LaDue (OU), Lara Mayeux (OU), David Roueche (Auburn), Frank Lombardo (UIUC). $399,255. Funded 9/1/2019–8/31/2021.

Assessing Increased Vulnerability Knowledge and High Temporal Resolution Guidance on Forecaster and Emergency Manager Decision Making. DOC-NOAA. PIs: Jack Friedman and Daphne LaDue. $207,142 (of $693,972). Funded 7/1/2019–6/30/2022.

Human Behavior Before, During, and After Severe Weather Events: In Situ Observations in the U.S. Southeast. DOC-NOAA. PIs: Jack Friedman (OU), Daphne LaDue (OU), Laura Myers (U. AL). $161,381 (OU portion). Funded 9/01/2018–8/31/2020.

Severe Weather Forecast and Warning Training for China Meteorological Administration NMC Division. IN-CMA. PI: Daphne LaDue. $147,638. Funded 6/1/2018–12/31/2019.

Using Vulnerability as Empirical Data to Improve Forecast and Warning Services. DOC-NOAA. PIs: Daphne LaDue (OU), Jack Friedman (OU), Laura Myers (U. AL). $200,000. Funded 9/1/2017–8/31/2019. Currently in 1-year NCE.

REU Site: Real-World Research Experiences at the National Weather Center. NSF. PI: Daphne LaDue (OU). $889,591. Funded 04/14/2016–03/31/2021.

Complete: 

Collaborative Research: Understanding How Uncertainty in Severe Weather Information Affects Decisions. NOAA. PIs: Daphne LaDue (OU), Jack Friedman (OU), Laura Myers (U. AL). $97,761.00 (OU portion). Funded 10/01/2016­–9/30/2018.

Developing User-Centered Probabilistic Severe Weather Warning Information. DOC-NOAA. PIs: Daphne LaDue (OU), Gina Eosco (ERG), Terri Adams (Howard U), Susan Jasko (Calif. U. of PA), Christopher Karstens (OU), Jonathan Wolfe (NWS), James Hocker (OCS). $68,704 (OU portion). Funded 10/01/2015–9/30/2016.

Collaborative Research: Understanding the Current Flow of Weather Information and Associated Uncertainty, and Their Effect on Emergency Managers and the General Public. DOC-NOAA. PIs: Daphne LaDue (OU), Jack Friedman (OU), Laura Myers (U. AL). $52,500 (my portion). Funded 10/01/2015–09/30/2016.

Testing and Evaluation of Rapid Post-Processing and Information Extraction from Large Convective Allowing Ensembles Applied to 0–3hr Tornado Outlooks. DOC-NOAA. PIs: James Correia, Jr, Daphne LaDue, Christopher Karstens, Dustan Wheatley, Kent Knopfmeier. $329,282. Funded for 2015–2018.

Mesoscale Convective Weather Training for WNI. WeatherNews, Inc. PI: Daphne LaDue. $137,746. Funded for 2015–2017.

Testing and Evaluation of Experimental Probabilistic Hazard Information with Decision Makers. NOAA. PIs: Christopher Karstens, Daphne LaDue, James Correia Jr., Jonathan Wolfe, Travis Smith. $50,000. Funded for 2014–2015.

Comparing Subjective and Objective Evaluation of Forecasts for Severe Thunderstorms. NOAA. PIs: Harold Brooks, Daphne LaDue, James Correia Jr., Nathan Hitchens, Joe Ripberger, Jack Friedman. $27,000. Funded for 2014–2015.

REU Site: Research Experiences For Undergraduates at the National Weather Center. National Science Foundation. $822,581. Funded for 2011–2015.

2012 Phased-Array Radar Innovative Sensing Experiment. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. $40,000. Funded for 2012–2013.

Impact of High-temporal Resolution PAR Data on Warning Decision Making. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. $34,500. Funded for 2008.

REU Site: Real-World Research Experiences For Undergraduates at the National Weather Center. National Science Foundation. $649,440. Funded for 2007–2010.

Building the MPAR Business Case. U.S. Department of Commerce, OU) Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. $27,096. Funded for 2007.

Supplemental Funding to add student participants to my REU program. Oklahoma EPSCoR. $5,000, $5,200, $5,000, $9,064, and $5,000. Funded for 2004, 2007, 2009, 2014, and 2015.

2-Year Extension for Special Creativity of Research Experiences for Undergraduates on Site at the Oklahoma Weather Center. National Science Foundation. $329,497. Funded 2004–2005.

Research Experiences For Undergraduates on Site at the Oklahoma Weather Center. National Science Foundation. $282,350. Funded 2001–2003.