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  1. Summer sun over city

    Scientists develop new method to estimate exposure to indoor heat

    An interdisciplinary team of scientists has developed an innovative method to estimate the health risks of older adults who spend time in hot indoor settings.

    • Climate

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  2. A field of corn

    Solar geoengineering can help safeguard crop yields from climate change

    Researchers use an NCAR-based model to study impacts on crops.

    • Climate

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  3. Science Policy Insider: June 3, 2021

    Updates on FY22 appropriations, NSF budget, NOAA and OSTP nominees, Endless Frontier Act, and more.

    • Government Relations

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  4. A forecast for tornadoes

    A neural network improves forecasts for severe storm hazards

    NCAR is using artificial intelligence to run experimental forecasts for hail, tornadoes, and intense winds — storm hazards that can cause serious damage but that are notoriously difficult for weather models to accurately predict.

    • Weather

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  5. Scientists decipher mechanism for formic acid formation

    An international team of researchers has determined the chemical processes behind the formation of atmospheric formic acid, which will lead to improved weather and climate models.

    • Air Quality

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