Scientists identify heat wave at bottom of ocean
A new study has generated the first broad assessment of bottom marine heat waves in the productive continental shelf waters surrounding North America.
Smoke particles from wildfires can erode ozone layer
Wildfire smoke in the stratosphere can trigger chemical reactions that erode the ozone layer shielding Earth from the Sun’s damaging ultraviolet radiation
- Air Quality
Sea level rise poses particular risk for Asian megacities
Sea level rise this century may pose especially major risks to such Asian megacities as Chennai, Kolkata, Yangon, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, and Manila.
NCAR welcomes third Early Career Faculty Innovators cohort
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is pleased to announce six faculty members have been selected for the third cohort of the Early Career Faculty Innovator Program.
- Education + Outreach
UCAR statement on the killing of three Michigan State University students
On behalf of UCAR, today I express our profound sadness over the lives lost in a mass shooting on the campus of Michigan State University Monday night.