Here’s a great explanation by Denver Channel’s Mike Nelson on the factors that contribute to CSU’s hurricane forecast – and why that forecast comes from a mile above sea level.
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Footage released on Monday by CIRA showed satellite video of the large eruption taken the day prior, showing large clouds of ash billowing from the volcano’s crater. (Newsweek)
“You really can’t escape climate change when you’re a professor of atmospheric science,” Emily Fischer, a participant in the Science Moms project, says. (New Yorker)
Of 17 named storms they’re predicting, researchers expect eight to become hurricanes and four to reach major hurricane strength this season.
Our committee traveled a long road to reach this recommendation, working through many complex and contentious issues to reach consensus, but we did it collegially and productively. (Space.com/The Conversation)
Colorado’s marijuana industry could significantly cut its climate impact by moving operations into fields or greenhouses. (Colorado Public Radio)
“What we’ll need are probably multiple years of above average snowfall to really get us out of this,” said Russ Schumacher, Director of the Colorado Climate Center. (Colorado Sun)
Extremes are exciting to track, but they also give us perspective. Assistant State Climatologist Becky Bolinger says that tracking extremes is important for several reasons. (Denver Post)
Employers with available positions will join the CSU Career Center through Handshake on April 21 for one-on-one sessions with students.
As global warming remakes conditions at the top of the world, lightning inches closer to the North Pole. (Bloomberg)