A new paper compares satellite observations of a 2019 milky sea event to photographic evidence from a private ship.
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CIRA staff showed up in force to watch the launch of the latest round of GOES satellites on Tuesday.
Using nearly a decade of satellite data, researchers at Colorado State University have uncovered “milky seas” in a way they’ve never been seen before – a rare and fascinating oceanic bioluminescent phenomenon detected by a highly sensitive spaceborne low-light sensor.
CIRA works with the Department of Atmospheric Science to conduct cutting-edge atmospheric science encompassing satellite meteorology, numerical forecasting, tropical storm prediction, air quality monitoring and data dissemination.
Colorado State University is a partner in a $20 million NSF program on AI and environmental research led by the University of Oklahoma.
A new National Geographic series features satellite data that Colorado State University researchers turn into images – information that routinely helps weather forecasters and meteorologists around the globe.
Using a sensor flying on two NOAA satellites, CSU scientists can detect visible light at night and map changes in where people live and go.
Researchers at the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere are hot on the trail in developing tools to find out if the virus responds to seasonal- and weather-related factors.
One of the nation’s most influential atmospheric science-oriented research institutes, based at CSU, has been awarded a new $128 million cooperative agreement with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.