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When Synte Peacock (NESL/CGD) helped design a computer modeling study to simulate the movement of oil from the massive spill in the Gulf of Mexico, she thought reporters might be interested.

Donna Charlevoix

I hate to admit this, but when I first learned of the GLOBE Program (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment), I was not certain exactly what it was.

In late July, Logistics Operations bid farewell to the Mesa Lab and moved into new digs at Center Green 3.

For current information about construction on the Mesa Lab road through late October, visit Building Maintenance and Closures.

The organization's golden anniversary hit a high point this month with two major gatherings: an in-house party and a public open house.

The institution throws open its doors

Staff across UCAR/NCAR are in the process of sorting through boxes and boxes of records—some that haven’t been opened in years—held in the organization’s symbolic attic: Iron Mountain, a storage facility located in Denver.

What if all projects could come in under budget, improve functionality, and have strong conservation credentials?

NCAR's Advanced Study Program (ASP) has a new director: Chris Davis.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, nothing shows how UCAR/NCAR has and hasn’t changed over the years like a glimpse at a half-century's worth of photos.

Rick Anthes

It is often said that people are any organization’s most important asset. This is most certainly true in UCAR and NCAR’s case, and it is important to take this occasion of our 50th anniversary to remind ourselves of this truism.

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