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January 11, 2016

Flying Lab to Investigate Southern Ocean’s Appetite for Carbon

A team of scientists is launching a series of research flights this month over the remote Southern Ocean in an effort to better understand just how much carbon dioxide the icy waters are able to lock away. The ORCAS field campaign—led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)—will give scientists a rare look at

December 11, 2015

NCAR Develops Method to Predict Sea Ice Changes Years in Advance

December 11, 2015 — BOULDER – Climate scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) present evidence in a new study that they can predict whether the Arctic sea ice that forms in the winter will grow, shrink, or hold its own over the next several years. The team of scientists has found that

July 2, 2015

Picturing the Forecast: National Weather Service Graphics Developed with NCAR Research

BOULDER – New online graphics being rolled out this summer by the National Weather Service (NWS) are based on research by a team of risk communication experts at the National Center for Atmospheric Research(NCAR) who focused on how to better convey forecast information visually. Beginning July 7 the NWS will use the redesigned icons for

February 12, 2015

New Book from Esri Shows How GIS Supports Weather, Climate Research

Redlands, Calif., Feb. 12, 2015—Weather mapping goes beyond what's broadcast on the evening news. The new book Mapping and Modeling Weather and Climate with GIS, from Esri Press, describes how geographic information system (GIS) technology can be coupled with atmospheric and climate sciences data to do research. "Weather and climate information is innately geospatial," May Yuan, Ashbel