How would today’s weather patterns look in a warmer, wetter atmosphere – an expected shift portended by climate change? Researcher Kristen Rasmussen offers new insight into this question.
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The study of these smoke particles – their size, composition, dispersion and interaction with clouds and atmospheric processes – has a rich interdisciplinary history at CSU.
Hear from Colorado State Climatologist Russ Schumacher on the unusually warm winter conditions.
Jean Peccoud is lead author on a new paper urging awareness of ‘cyberbiosecurity’ risks for researchers, government and industry.
Civil engineers have developed an innovative new model for assessing the resiliency of coastal communities to hurricanes.
The Energy Institute operates a one-of-a-kind methane emissions testing facility, using real natural gas equipment.
The study is the first official result from an ongoing effort called PROGRESS, led by Emily Fischer.
An atmospheric science team will embark on a five-week research voyage to test a radar called SEA-POL.
Sybil Sharvelle in the Department of Civil Engineering chaired a national committee of experts who wrote new guidelines for safe, cost-effective expansion of water reuse systems.