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 more
Another article was recently added to the UCAR Magazine site:
--An explorer's life: Joachim Kuettner heads for the skies
The 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.