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News Archive

2018

China is Hot Spot of Ground-Level Ozone Pollution
CIRES Welcomes Environmental Economist Matt Burgess
New Clues to Origins of Mysterious Atmospheric Waves in Antarctica
Why Winter Air Pollution Remains High in the East
CIRES, NOAA Research Drones Take to the Skies for Flight Week
Plant-Damaging Ozone Pollution Highest in East Asia but Declining in North America
A Glimpse into Climate Change Through the Eyes of Teenagers
White House Recognizes Women's Science Mentoring Group with Colorado Ties
Bird’s Eye View of the Arctic
Wildfire Temperatures Key to Better Understanding Air Quality
Rare Glacial River Drains Potentially Harmful Lakes

Mylène Jacquemart, Graduate Student Researcher, wins AGU Outstanding Student Paper Award

2017

Map Provides High-Resolution Look at Nearly Entire Arctic Region

AES junior Ian Geraghty won Undergraduate Honorable Mention at CEDAR 2017

Dr. Toby Minear's work on sediment clogging of large reservoirs and its implications was recently cited in the LA Times

2016

Ice or Liquid? Evaluating and improving modeled cloud phase using spaceborne lidar observations