Dr. Businger will share the physics behind the fascinating phenomenon of rainbows (including double rainbows, white rainbows and moonbows).
A certified consulting meterologist, Businger has been UH faculty member since 1993. He leads the Storm Evolution and Energetics Research Group and received the 2011 Chanellor's Citation for Meritorious Teaching. He is the advisor to 2022 ARCS Scholar T.J. Corrigan.
The hybrid presentation will begin at 5 p.m. following a short general membership meeting at 4:30 p.m. Participants can attend in person on the UH Manoa campus or via Zoom. The event is free to members and students; suggested donation for non-members is $15.
Register for the event at tinyurl.com/ARCShnl-rainbows
Download the print invitation, which includes a map and parking information HNL-2022GeneralMeeting.pdf