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Photo of Matthew Kelsch
December 01, 2004
Matthew Kelsch, UCAR's COMET Program • It's no fluke that Kelsch is a meteorologist. He was so interested in weather as a child that his fourth grade teacher actually wrote him special tests on the subject.
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November 01, 2004
Britton Stephens, NCAR's Earth Observing Laboratory • Stephens became fascinated with Earth sciences during high school field trips in northeastern Oregon where he grew up.
Photo of Marika Holland
September 01, 2004
Holland recalls that when she entered graduate school at the University of Colorado, she had "the fuzzy idea of doing something with climate." She left graduate school with a sharp focus on the role of sea ice in the climate system.
May 01, 2004
Beth Holland, NCAR's Atmospheric Chemistry Division • Beth says that one of the most important things a scientist can do is communicate the results of his or her work. “I really believe in the science I’m doing and its ability to serve society.”

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