Weather Research

Visualizations of Earth, air, fire, and water
October 12, 2015
Software engineers and scientists collaborate to visualize research.
Tracking soot across Asia: Photo of smog over South Delhi
October 12, 2015
Research finds that the Indian monsoon transports black carbon pollutants across the country, with levels spiking in densely populated areas.
3D visualization of 2014 Hurricane Odile
October 02, 2015
NCAR software engineers are using Hollywood-style 3D to reveal the inner workings of complex storm systems, such as 2014's Hurricane Odile.
The HOLODEC mounted to the wing of a research aircraft.
September 30, 2015
The HOLODEC instrument uses a laser light to take a 3D image of the droplets inside a cloud.
Hurricanes development: satellite image of Tropical Storm Karl in 2010
September 08, 2015
Research may shed light on why some clusters of thunderstorms spin up into tropical storms while others dissipate.

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