September 21, 2009
If you’re a gardener in New England, you might remember the wet, cool summer of 2009 for its tomatoes and potatoes, ravaged by the earliest and most widespread “late blight” on record. If you’re from south Texas, you were probably just trying to keep green things alive.
Temperature anomalies, Jul-Aug 2009, from NOAA/NCDC
September 15, 2009
When our family bought our last car, we debated about the color, wondering if a white car would be cooler on our summer road trips across the American West than a darker-colored car. We ended up purchasing the white car. But was it for the right reason?
A side-by-side composite photo of a white truck and a dark truck.
September 11, 2009
Rick Anthes, UCAR president, salutes the dedication of program managers at the National Science Foundation.
Rick Anthes and Jay Fein
September 11, 2009
Michele Rienecker—the head of NASA's Global Modeling and Assimilation Office (GMAO)—knows how challenging it is to predict El Niño.
September 11, 2009
For Rana Fine at the University of Miami, this an exciting time for the UCAR community to be engaged in some of the most important issues facing our nation today.


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