Tag "CIRA"

Office of Naval Research awards $7.5 million for aerosol studies

The Office of Naval Research has awarded Colorado State University researchers $7.5 million to characterize and analyze aerosol properties in coastal and offshore regions.

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Satellite sensor improving “night vision” for CIRA researcher

Steven Miller, deputy director of CIRA, is leading a team analyzing data from the novel sensor, which is orbitting the Earth on a NASA/NOAA satellite.

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Meteorologist: Weather forecasting at fires

When a large fire erupts and the federal government sends in firefighting crews, Lisa Kriederman is usually on her way to the scene. Kriederman is the incident meteorologist and fire weather program leader the National Weather Service in Boulder. The Read More

Spacing out: CSU researchers involved in recent NASA Earth science missions

2014 is shaping into a big year for NASA’s Earth science missions – and for researchers at Colorado State University who’ve been involved in some of the projects.

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CSU team helps NASA satellite watch Earth breathe

NASA recently launched its first satellite dedicated to measuring atmospheric carbon dioxide. Colorado State University scientists helped develop the algorithms that will crunch data collected by the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 satellite. Chris O’Dell watched the launch of NASA’s first satellite

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