News Releases

April 15, 2013
The main source of online weather training for meteorologists, emergency managers, and others is seeking donations to try to stay in business.
Photo of rugged coastline
April 14, 2013
Reducing emissions of four shorter-lived pollutants could slow the annual rate of sea level rise by up to 50 percent.
Emily CoBabe Ammann is the new director of UCAR Community Programs
April 12, 2013
Emily CoBabe-Ammann, an experienced manager and strategist in science and education programs, is the new director of UCAR Community Programs effective April 15.
April 03, 2013
NCAR has won international recognition for its sustainable approach in designing and building the NWSC.
April 01, 2013
The new office will advocate for UCAR's member universities and also seek business opportunities with companies and foundations.
Solar energy forecasts: Solar panels arrayed in rows at Shelby Farms solar farm
February 21, 2013
NCAR is spearheading a nationwide project to create unprecedented 36-hour forecasts of incoming energy from the Sun for solar energy power plants.
Cities warm or cool temperatures - Photo of light from Earth at night
January 27, 2013
The "waste heat" generated by everyday activities in metropolitan areas alters atmospheric circulation patterns, warming or cooling temperatures across a large region.
Byrd
December 23, 2012
West Antarctica is experiencing nearly twice as much warming as previously thought.
December 11, 2012
The new system provides 8-hour forecasts of potentially dangerous atmospheric conditions over remote ocean regions
Forecasting the flu - People wearing face masks
November 27, 2012
By predicting the timing and severity of flu outbreaks, the new system can eventually help society better prepare for them.

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