CSU researcher Jessie Creamean explains that serious research doesn’t have to be complicated. Sometimes, cutting-edge science gets by on an outdated cellphone, a few bits of mosquito netting and a jury-rigged car battery (EE News).
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Talks by a leading civil rights activist and a top executive from the global retailer Target as well as a fireside chat with CSU President Joyce McConnell are among the highlights scheduled for this year’s Diversity Symposium, Oct. 14-18.
In the last six months, new all-time records for Colorado of hot temperature, largest hailstone, and the lowest atmospheric pressure have been recorded (Colorado Public Radio).
The Colorado Climate Center at CSU recommended expanding the U.S. Drought Monitor drought designation to include generally all of the southern half of western Colorado (Daily Sentinel).
CSU’s Jhordanne Jones speaks with the Cayman Compass about this year’s hurricane activity in the Caribbean and current weather models (Cayman Compass).
Just days before the German icebreaker Polarstern sets sail on the largest and most ambitious climate-change research expedition the Arctic has ever seen, an air of quiet pandemonium prevails aboard ship (NY Times).
Forbes reached out to CSU tropical expert Phil Klotzbach to get his latest thoughts on the AMO, and how this all aligns with what he is seeing in recent years (Forbes).
One of the factors that influence our winter weather suggests we could have slightly below-normal snow in the mountains this year, said Colorado State Climatologist Russ Schumacher (Denver Post).
Despite its increasing role in global warming and effect on the ozone layer, little has been done to rein in this climate pollutant. One big reason: agriculture (InsideClimate News).
Residents surrounding Tampa Bay have been spared the worst-case hurricane scenario many times before. Sometime soon, the worst-case scenario will arrive: a Category 5 hurricane with winds in excess of 160 mph (Vox).