Spring/summer issue of UCAR Magazine

The spring/summer 2010 issue of UCAR Magazine is now online. Among the items in this issue:

--Pollution's second wind: A new model captures the surprising growth of secondary aerosols--How deep the snow? From rulers to lasers, plowing the way toward better snowfall data--HIAPER meets HALO: NCAR hosts a rendezvous of Gulfstream jets--Efficient by design: Green elements sprout as a new supercomputing center takes shape--NOAA C&GC's 20th anniversary: Twenty years of postdoctoral research on climate--President's Corner: Turning the tables on chaos--Four Questions: Clark Evans on the strange case of Tropical Storm Erin--Guest Column: Chris Davis on the past, present, and future of the ASP Summer Colloquium--In the Air: Space Weather Workshop, Antarctic driftsondes, a new GLOBE director, and more 

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.

Will this event be webcast to the public by NCAR|UCAR?: 
Announcement Timing: 
May 9, 2011 to May 20, 2011