News clips at a glance: Aug. 19-26
New solar forecasting system, Sue Haupt (RAL): (Bloomberg and other coverage in progress)
Nationwide Collaboration Leads to New Solar Forecasting System (Solar Industry)
Researchers Develop Better Solar Forecasting System (Wyoming Public Radio)
Solar Energy to Power Up with Better Forecasting (Energy Matters)
WRF-Hydro, the underlying model for NOAA's new hydrologic prediction system, David Gochis, (RAL): Continues to get good press a week after the news release
Boulder Scientists Key in Rollout of Hydrology Forecast Model (Boulder Daily Camera)
Climate change, John Fasullo, (CGD):A story by AP's Seth Borenstein on an Australian study was widely covered around the world. Seth turned to John Fasullo for comment.
Study: Man-Made Warming May Have Started Decades Earlier (Associated Press)
Wildfire emissions, Christine Wiedinmyer, (ACOM): Christine was asked by John Upton (Grist and Climate Central) for comments about a wildfire study.
Smoke Waves from Wildfires are Getting Worse (Grist)
Solar science helped avert nuclear conflict, Delores Knipp (HAO): An AtmosNews story a couple of weeks ago continues to get coverage.
Nuclear Confrontation Likely Avoided by Early Science on Solar Storms (Rocky Mountain PBS)
Week before: WRF-Hydro was featured by Channel 9 Denver, Bloomberg, Maritime Global News and others.