CSU atmospheric science students helped illustrate science, engineering and math for about 12,000 students from schools from across Colorado and Wyoming at Coors Field April 24.
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Unusual tropical cyclone activity in the South Indian Ocean that is causing loss of human life and devastation has caught the attention of CSU’s Tropical Meteorology Project, which has been issuing seasonal hurricane forecasts in the Atlantic longer than any other organization.
In the story of our planet’s intricate and ever-changing cycles, even dust plays a significant role.
Learn about air quality forecasting and consulting careers at FORTCAST’s next What’s Brewing in Weather & Climate talk with scientist Jason Reed
Professor Sue van den Heever and Melissa Burt will host a professional development workshop on careers in the private sector
A CSU-led program called PROGRESS has demonstrated that mentorship is key to the retention of underrepresented groups in the geosciences.
Professor Sue van den Heever and Melissa Burt will host a professional development workshop on government labs and other agencies 2-4 p.m. Tuesday, April 9, in ATS 101.
Learn how scientists monitor Earth’s atmosphere and environment using satellites at April’s Teen Science Café, featuring Matt Rogers from CIRA.
Learn more about our precious Colorado snowpack at FORTCAST’s next What’s Brewing in Weather & Climate talk.
Scientists with the Tracking Aerosol Convection Interactions Experiment (TRACER) will gather detailed data on aerosol-cloud interactions within deep convective systems