The latest UCAR Magazine is online

The fall 2011 issue of UCAR Magazine is online and being distributed in print this week. In this issue:

--Special delivery: With vector-borne disease evolving, climate gets a closer look--Blocking the way: Predicting the atmospheric detours that lead to weather trouble--NCAR colloquium looks at African weather and climate--HiWind indeed: Sampling the air flow far above Earth--A mecca of meteorology: MetEd sports a new look—and more users than ever--President's Corner | Satellite observations of Earth: A national priority still at risk--Guest Column | Scott Denning, CSU: Finding common ground with climate-change contrarians--Four Questions | Jonathan Vigh, NCAR: The Tropical Cyclone Guidance Project--In the Air | Remembering Nancy Knight, Tom Warner, and Gene Martin--In the Air | An animated champion for climate--In the Air | Assignment: hands-on science experience

If your group would like to adjust the number of print copies it receives (either up or down), please contact Shilo Hall in Communications, ext. 8603.

Will this event be webcast to the public by NCAR|UCAR?: 
No
Announcement Timing: 
September 15, 2011 to September 23, 2011