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  1. Emergency vehicles drive past California wildfire

    Scientists develop method for seasonal prediction of western wildfires

    This summer’s western wildfire season is likely to be more severe than average but not as devastating as last year’s near-record, according to an experimental prediction method developed by NCAR scientists.

    • Climate,
    • Weather

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  2. Car drives past wildfire

    Wildfire experts available to explain fire behavior, potential impacts

    As wildfires threaten much of the West during another hot and dry year, NCAR scientists are researching key aspects of these destructive events.

    • Air Quality,
    • Climate,
    • Weather

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  3. 3D-PAWS storm surge sensor installed in the Dominican Republic

    Project to bring affordable 3D-printed stream, snow, and storm surge sensors to remote communities

    A project at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), called 3D-PAWS (3D-Printed Automatic Weather Station), is adding a new set of remote-sensing capabilities that will measure streamflow, storm surges, and snowfall depth to its suite of successful 3D-printed weather stations. This initiative will bring low-cost remote sensing instruments to the world’s “unseen” areas.

    • Weather

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  4. UCAR statement on the deaths of three OU meteorology students

    A statement on the tragic deaths of three students who had a bright future in meteorology.

    • Organization

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  5. Hoover Dam

    New method can predict summer rainfall in the Southwest months in advance

    Scientists have developed a method to estimate summer rainfall in the Southwest months in advance.

    • Climate,
    • Water,
    • Weather

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