UCAR Highlights, an overview of NCAR and UCAR research, technology, and education activities, was published every two or more years through 2010 by Communications. For more information or to obtain print copies, contact Yvonne Mondragon.
Wildfires and people: Living with a force of nature
Planet finding: Detecting the atmosphere of a faraway world
A deluge we can't see: Water vapor's hide-and-seek journey
The edge of weather: Charting the boundary between atmospheric zones
A new kind of library: Digital resources about the Earth system
Down-to-earth models: Bringing ground cover into climate simulations
Fine-scale help with foul weather: A tool for all seasons and region
What do you do with a tornado once you've chased it down?
How can engineering students and professional instrument makers learn from each other?
What's one important step in building a brand-new airport?
What do you do with a satellite navigation signal that's made noisy by temperature and moisture?
How do you simulate 100 years of climate inside a computer?
Why are some of the world's top physicists studying solar variability?
The Grand Experiment: A Close and Productive Partnership
A Cathedral for Science
Storms: Analyzing and Predicting Mesoscale Weather
Tools of the Trade
Atmospheric Chemistry: New Insights Define Current Research
Balloons: The Oldest Tool
Sun and Earth: Studying A Run-of-the-Mill Star
Teleconnections and Two-Week Forecasts: Observing and Modeling the Global Atmosphere
Global Change and Other Challenges: A Grander Experiment?