News clips at a glance: Feb 3-Mar 1

Total: ~ 730; $4.6 million in advertising value

Summary: Geoengineering, sea level rise, climate claims, ozone and air pollution research, ocean circulation, new weather satellite, women in computing, Mesa Lab, and Antarctic snow measurements.

Notable clips:

Importance of geoengineering research (UCAR, Antonio Busalacchi)
The Outlandish, Scary Schemes Being Studied to Cool the Planet
(This story was picked up by more than a dozen outlets in the United States and overseas)

Global sea level rise accelerating (CGD, John Fasullo)
USA Today
Miami could be underwater in your kid’s lifetime as sea level rise accelerates
(This study was picked up by more than a hundred outlets across the United States and overseas)

Fact-checking Pruitt’s climate claims (CGD, Kevin Trenberth)
E&E News
Scientists correct Pruitt's climate claims

New ozone study raises concerns (ACOM, Rolando Garcia)
Wall Street Journal
Ozone Layer May Be Thinning Over Earth’s Heavily Populated Areas

Household chemicals play key role in air pollution (ACOM)
Washington Post
In a surprising study, scientists say everyday chemicals now rival cars as a source of air pollution
(This study was cited in numerous media outlets)

New tool helps study ocean circulation (CGD, Steve Yeager)
Ocean array alters view of Atlantic ‘conveyor belt’

New satellite improves forecasting (MMM, Dakota Smith)
Why Nerds Are Excited About This New Weather Satellite

Supporting women in computing (CISL, Marla Meehl)
Inside HPC
Mid-career Women help build SCinet with WINS Apprenticeship at SC17

Mesa Lab is top attraction in Colorado
USA Today
25 must-see buildings in Colorado
(This story picked up in more than a dozen outlets around the country)

New approach to measuring Antarctic snowfall (RAL, Scott Landolt)
Daily Camera
Boulder scientists focus on measuring Antarctica snowfall
(Additional local media outlets picked up this story)

Social media highlight:

An animation of a 4-km MPAS run shared on Twitter by NCAR scientist Falko Judt was retweeted 133 times and liked 300 times.

Announcement Timing: 
March 6, 2018 to March 13, 2018