Jessie Creamean of Colorado State University is out on the ice testing a device that collects and counts tiny particles in the atmosphere called aerosols (NPR).
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“The latest automated values from [the Advanced Dvorak Technique] have it up to ~165 knots!” wrote Philip Klotzbach, a hurricane researcher at Colorado State University, or 190 mph (Washington Post).
Shutting down the power vividly illustrates how the costs of failing to address climate change reach far wider than just property lost to the flames (InsideClimate News).
According to the Real-Time Tropical Cyclone Activity page of Colorado State University, the North Indian Ocean has been more active than average in all respects this year (Scientific American).
A new program at Colorado State University welcomed its first cohort of eight trainees this fall, helping to break down barriers by integrating research and training for graduate students in the food-energy-water nexus.
The controversial reasoning focuses heavily on the impacts of climate change, and some weather scientists think an additional category misses the point (Post and Courier).
Governor Mark Gordon announced Wednesday he has appointed CSU civil engineering alum Greg Lanning as Wyoming’s new state engineer (Wyoming Tribune).
The Open Insulin Project wants to reverse engineer how the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies produce insulin and then turn over the instructions to the public (Time).
Researchers at NREL and CSU Energy Institute are trying to ramp-up clean energy in the U.S. resource mix by developing innovative technology solutions (Utility Dive).
Rescheduled: CSU Wildland Fire Science Associate Professor Chad Hoffman will discuss his research at the next What’s Brewing in Weather & Climate talk Tuesday, November 5.