1. India's diminishing groundwater

    The stretch of the subcontinent that runs from eastern Pakistan across northern India into Bangladesh is likely the world's most intensively irrigated region. A new NCAR study shows that between 2002 and 2008, the region depleted groundwater at a rate of around 13 cubic miles per year.

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  2. UCAR Magazine

    Rough seas

    Along with unusually persistent rains, there was a different kind of watery surprise this summer for people on the U.S. Atlantic coast. From the barrier islands of the Southeast to the rocky shores of Maine, tides ran as high as 2 feet above predicted values.

    • Climate

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  3. Color graph of Arctic temperatures over the last 2,000 years

    Arctic Warming Overtakes 2,000 Years of Natural Cooling

    Arctic temperatures in the 1990s reached their warmest level of any decade in at least 2,000 years, new research indicates.

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  4. Measuring clouds with digital holography

    A team of NCAR researchers led by Jacob Fugal is developing and testing a specialized instrument that uses digital holography to measure tiny cloud droplets.

    • Weather

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  5. Scientists Uncover Solar Cycle, Stratosphere, and Ocean Connections

    Scientists Uncover Solar Cycle, Stratosphere, and Ocean Connections

    Subtle connections between the 11-year solar cycle, the stratosphere, and the tropical Pacific Ocean work in sync to generate periodic weather patterns that affect much of the globe, according to research appearing this week in the journal Science.

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