“If you were to poll 50 scientists to see how climate change has affected hurricanes, you would get so many different answers,” said Phil Klotzbach, an atmospheric scientist at Colorado State University (NBC News).
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Five researchers in one of the top Atmospheric Science programs in the nation are being honored in December and January by peers in their field.
According to Colorado State University hurricane researcher Philip Klotzbach, that’s the greatest 24-hour intensification of any Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclone on record (Washington Post).
A Colorado State University investigator of precipitation physics merges cloud models and observations to understand precipitation rates and storm dynamics (ASR/U.S. Department of Energy).
All the toxic things in an e-cigarette can end up in the ground or water if they’re not properly disposed of, says John Volckens, an environmental health researcher at Colorado State University (NPR).
The powerful 2019 Atlantic hurricane season comes to its official end this weekend, a period that saw 18 named storms, six of which were hurricanes (USA Today).
Building resilient defenses requires an interdisciplinary team, says Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor John van de Lindt in the latest issue of ASEE’s PRISM magazine.
Jessie Creamean, a researcher from Colorado State University, has been setting up portable equipment, nicknamed C-3PO, on the ice to sample particles and droplets in the air as part of her studies of how Arctic clouds form (New York Times).
According to CSU hurricane researcher Philip Klotzbach, seven other Atlantic systems have developed into hurricanes after Nov. 20 since the satellite era began in 1966 (Washington Post).
A new study from Colorado State University looking at America’s steel bridges shows that nearly 25 percent of steel bridges could see a section collapse in the next 21 years (Popular Mechanics).