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‘The Crowd & The Cloud’ to feature CoCoRaHS citizen science

A new public television series will feature the Colorado Climate Center’s signature citizen science movement.

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Only two weeks left to bring the CoCoRaHS Cup to your state

A Colorado State University-led citizen science network of rain, hail and snow spotters, CoCoRAHS, is recruiting new volunteers for its “March Madness” campaign.

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Weather satellite scientist, alumnus receives space science award

Dan Lindsey is a scientist with NOAA’s Satellite and Information Service’s Center for Satellite Applications and Research.

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Clothing and Sustainability: Your carbon footprint three-day event

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability’s Global Challenges Research Team “[Over]Consumption: The Culprit Causing an Environmental Crisis in your Closet” is hosting a three-day event March 27-29.

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Improving the phytobiome: CSU climate scientist to speak at AAAS

At the AAAS annual meeting, research scientist Andrew Jones will join a discussion on the interactions of plants, microorganisms, soils and climate.

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Tackling a global health issue: CSU’s Jennifer Peel leads international cookstove research project

Jennifer Peel is leading a groundbreaking study aimed at learning more about the benefits of an alternative cookstove in developing countries.

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Radar gift to enhance weather research and education at Colorado State University

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering has announced a gift of a customized C-band radar from the company Vaisala.

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Tropical cyclone researcher Michael Bell receives presidential early-career award

The PECASE award is the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their careers.

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Maloney, van den Heever receive atmospheric science Ascent awards

The CSU faculty members received the awards from the American Geophysical Union.

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How do your ice crystals grow? NSF fellow chases fires to study clouds

Atmospheric science researcher Gregg Schill is seeking to isolate the relationship between clouds, and the black carbon from burning biomass.

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