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Mckenzie Dice receives the GPSG Teaching Excellence Award

May 18, 2021

Please join ATOC in congratulating graduate student Mckenzie Dice for receiving the Graduate Professional Student Government Teaching Excellence Award.

Jan Lenaerts

Jan Lenaerts Receives the Graduate School’s Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award

April 28, 2021

Please join ATOC in congratulating Assistant Professor Jan Lenaerts for receiving the Graduate School’s Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award. This award recognizes Dr. Lenaerts's outstanding graduate student advising and mentoring as a research advisor for several graduate students.

Sydney Kramer

Young adults' relocations are reshaping political geography

April 25, 2021

Colorado was the third most popular place for young adults to relocate to since 2015, gaining more than 20,000 new young adults from elsewhere each year, according to Frey's analysis of early census data.

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Persistent Stratospheric Warming Due to 2019–2020 Australian Wildfire Smoke

April 23, 2021

Australian wildfires burning from December 2019 to January 2020 injected approximately 0.9 Tg of smoke into the stratosphere; this is the largest amount observed in the satellite era.

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Frozen in Ice, Frozen in Time

April 23, 2021

When the sea ice shifted beneath him, sending a crack straight between his two feet, Matthew Shupe didn’t panic.

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Potential Influences of Volcanic Eruptions on Future Global Land Monsoon Precipitation Changes

April 2, 2021

Future climate projections generally omit major volcanic eruptions but such events are likely to be important. In this work Dr. Man and colleagues show that projections of monsoon rainfall are importantly impacted by eruptions and could delay the time of emergence of anthropogenic influence by five years on average over about 60% of the GLM area.

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Upper Ocean Temperatures Hit Record High in 2020

April 2, 2021

Ocean heat content reached a maximum observed level in 2020, driven by the continual human-driven warming of the climate system.

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Marine Heatwaves Becoming More Intense, More Frequent

April 2, 2021

The 2019 Northeast Pacific marine heatwave was amplified by natural, multi-decadal shoaling of the ocean mixed layer; anthropogenic mixed layer shoaling will amplify marine heatwaves in the future.

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Global and Regional Patterns in High Ice Water Content Conditions

April 2, 2021

High ice water conditions (HIWC) can cause jet engine failure or damage. This study provides an analysis of the frequency and location of HIWC over most of the globe using space-borne radar and lidar observations.

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Impacts of COVID-19 emissions reductions remain murky in the oceans

Dec. 11, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in the first half of 2020, humans around the world stopped moving and making, resulting in a 9% drop in the greenhouse gas emissions at the root of climate change.

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