Two influential professors passed away on April 16.
While El Niño is weakening and is likely to dissipate prior to this summer, the far North Atlantic is quite cold.
Supported by the EPA, the researchers will conduct an analysis incorporating meteorological uncertainty into predictions of increased dust, as well as smoke from fires.
The School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University announced awards for its Global Challenges Research Teams and four Resident Faculty Fellows.
March lives up to its reputation as the Front Range's snowiest month with classic after-Spring-Break blizzard.
The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network kicks off its annual 'March Madness' contest March 1.
Jeffrey Collett, professor and chair of the Department of Atmospheric Science, has been appointed to a national U.S. Department of Agriculture Air Quality Task Force for 2016-18.
Ice particles from sea spray affect the phase structure of clouds and their radiative impacts, a new study reveals.
CSU experts will discuss the latest science behind the melting of ice at the Arctic and Antarctic polar regions Wednesday, Dec. 9, at Avogadro’s Number.