UCAR Magazine
May 03, 2011
Andrew Monaghan used to spend his time analyzing mathematical models of climate change in Antarctica. Now the NCAR scientist sits down with traditional healers in remote villages in Uganda.
UCAR Magazine
April 28, 2011
How could a tornado outbreak kill more than 200 people? Several factors—meteorological, geographical, and sociological—came together in a rare and deadly way.
Mysterious cloud over Boulder, Colorado, 23 March 2011
March 30, 2011
A finely textured cloud leads to an informal investigation and a lively scientific debate over how it formed.
A high-resolution infrared Fourier transform spectrometer is pictured.
March 23, 2011
The return of sunlight in polar spring means ozone destruction above the Antarctic—and, in 2011, above the Arctic.
Birds gather at a flooded spot in a North Dakota roadway.
March 10, 2011
Like a creature from a hydrologic horror flick, Devils Lake, North Dakota, has been expanding off and on for 70 years, most dramatically from the mid-1990s onward. Some of its tendrils have blocked rail lines and roadways for years.
March 02, 2011



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