Lt. Colonel Bill Darling will discuss U.S. Air Force Combat Weather on Tuesday, Jan. 30.
In a new study, civil engineer Hussam Mahmoud offers an innovative approach to defining resilience that could help communities better prepare for hazards.
As learning assistants, undergrads can gain teaching experience, connect with professors and improve classes.
How would today’s weather patterns look in a warmer, wetter atmosphere – an expected shift portended by climate change? Researcher Kristen Rasmussen offers new insight into this question.
The study of these smoke particles – their size, composition, dispersion and interaction with clouds and atmospheric processes – has a rich interdisciplinary history at CSU.
Bolinger has been a climatologist and drought specialist with the Colorado Climate Center since October 2016.
Right now, a handful of motivated Fort Collins citizens are collecting cutting-edge scientific data from their backyards that may soon help NASA create maps of global air pollution.
Meet just a few of the amazing students who will graduate from Colorado State University in December 2017.
Hear from Colorado State Climatologist Russ Schumacher on the unusually warm winter conditions.