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Satellite imaging team wins CO-LABS Governor’s Award

The team, part of CSU’s Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, is led by research scientist Steven Miller, in cooperation with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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VIDEO: High-flying, eye-popping drones gather data from storms

A field campaign for observing storms using drones and weather balloons wrapped up in June.

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Forecast team continues to predict above-average 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

They cite neutral El Niño-Southern Oscillation conditions and a warmer than normal tropical Atlantic.

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Where there’s fire, there’s smoke – and social media

The fact that people reliably flock to social media to discuss smoke and fire was the inspiration for a new study by CSU atmospheric scientists.

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Libby Barnes looks for extreme weather in the middle distance

Her aim is to understand extreme weather two weeks to two months in the advance – what’s called sub-seasonal timescales.

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FORTCAST to host inaugural Colorado Weatherfest June 24

Join FORTCAST for a day full of fun and interactive weather and climate demonstrations.

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CSU team increases forecast, now calls for near-average 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

Hurricane researchers have increased their forecast from early April and now call for a near-average Atlantic hurricane season.

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CSU leads $3.8 million study to understand impacts of western wildfire smoke

The aim is a comprehensive data set for understanding how wildfire smoke changes chemically with time.

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CSU weather station: 140-plus years of climate data

The campus weather station has taken continuous daily readings since the 1870s.

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School of Global Environmental Sustainability announces Global Challenges Research Teams, Resident Fellow Awards

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability has selected four Global Challenges Research Teams and six Research Fellows.

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