Col. Jocelyn J. Schermerhorn, a 25-year Air Force officer and CSU alumna, became the first woman to take command of the 1st Special Operations Wing in Monday ceremonies at Hurlburt Field, headquarters of Air Force Special Operations Command (MSN Now).
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Atmospheric scientist Sonia Kreidenweis of Colorado State University and her colleagues have identified an atmospheric region unchanged by human-related activities (National Science Foundation).
What appeared to be a fairly typical Colorado afternoon of wind-producing storms Saturday morphed into possibly the most widespread wind-specific thunderstorm event in the state’s recorded history (Denver Post).
The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project team is now predicting 19 named storms in 2020, including the three named storms that have already formed.
In a first-of-its-kind study of the bioaerosol composition of the Southern Ocean, researchers from Colorado State University identified an atmospheric region which remains unchanged by human activity (CNN).
A collaboration between Colorado State University and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign resulted in a new, 3D imaging technique to visualize tissues and other biological samples on a microscopic scale.
Community labs want to make everything from insulin to prostheses. Will traditional scientists accept their efforts? (The New Yorker)
CIRA Senior Research Scientist Steve Miller speculates that these, “may be cases of people who usually live in NYC in the winter months having relocated to their summertime residences early, due to the slowdown.” (WDRB)
“The hurricane season is coming whether we want it to or not,” Klotzbach said. “And regardless of the seasonal forecasts, people need to be prepared every year.” (NBC News)
Mineral County in southwest Colorado was among places having record-low precipitation in April, according to Becky Bolinger, assistant state climatologist at the Colorado Climate Center.