Assistant Professor Emily Fischer talked with Science Friday about the chemical reactions in smoke plumes.
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Satellites are assisting Professor Eric Maloney, post-doc Bohar Singh and others forecast how the storm belt changes in a warmer climate as part of ocean-atmosphere interactions.
Graduate student Sam Childs is seeing more hailstorms with bigger hailstones in Colorado’s future. Childs studies the changing human risk from tornadoes and hail storms across Colorado.
Research Matters caught up with CSU researcher A.R. Ravishankara and other scientists to share their work and thoughts on the problem of air pollution in India.
A very persistent weather pattern lingered over parts of the U.S. during the past month, says Russ Schumacher, a Colorado State University climatologist and director of the Colorado Climate Center.
The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project team is predicting 13 additional named storms during the Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30.
Melissa Reynolds, a Colorado State University biomedical engineer, is developing new bacteria-resistant materials.
This year’s Atlantic hurricane season should be “near normal,” CSU and government forecasters announced on Thursday
Colorado State University researchers in Fort Collins, Colorado have their focus on the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season, officially starting June 1.
Wanda Roche needed help repairing her wheelchair for workouts, and CSU mechanical engineering students were there for her.