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The winter 2010 issue of UCAR Magazine is now online and will be distributed in print this week. In this issue:
--Acidification and more: Climate change's multipronged threats to marine life--Radar's next phase: Polarization is good for national network--The story behind spicules: Plasma jets could be key to coronal mystery--A different kind of snow day: K–12 students join winter weather study--Richard Anthes to step down--From Vienna to Boulder: Vanda Grubišić to lead NCAR’s Earth Observing Laboratory--President's Corner | China: an emerging scientific giant?--Four Questions | Karen Akerlof, George Mason University: climate models in the news--In the Air: New Antarctic core, science visuals for teachers, "certain death," and more--Findings: WIldfire plumes, albatross flight, and moreAnother article was recently added to the UCAR Magazine site:--An explorer's life: Joachim Kuettner heads for the skiesThe Web-only component of the magazine is now NCAR & UCAR Currents, where recent posts include:
--Rivers, lakes, and snow: A devil of a problem--What happened to the oil?If your group would like to adjust the number of print copies it receives (either up or down), please contact Shilo Hall in Communications, ext. 8603.