1. Cory Morse

    Engineering software for safer skies

    Cory Morse, NCAR's Research Applications Laboratory • Morse trained in science, but has the soul of an engineer, which makes her job as a software engineer in NCAR's applied research group a perfect fit.

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  2. Photograph of a boy wearing black, high-tech gogles

    Hands-on Fun with Energy at Super Science Saturday, October 25

    Kids and parents can enjoy hands-on fun while learning about energy at Super Science Saturday this month at NCAR.

    • Education + Outreach

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  3. A map of North America

    Great World Wide Star Count: Light pollution to be mapped by thousands of citizen scientists around the world this month

    Schoolchildren, families, and citizen scientists around the world will gaze skyward after dark from October 20 to November 3, looking for specific constellations and then sharing their observations through the Internet.

    • Education + Outreach

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  4. Arial photograph of large smoke plume in the distance

    Wildfires Cause Ozone Pollution to Violate Health Standards, New Study Shows

    Wildfires can boost ozone pollution to levels that violate U.S. health standards, a new study concludes.

    • Air Quality

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  5. Color map of North America, Atlantic, and parts of Europe and Africa

    Hurricanes and climate change: NCAR launches intensive study into future hurricane risk

    NCAR, working with federal agencies and universities as well as the insurance and energy industries, has launched an intensive study to examine how global warming will influence hurricanes in the next few decades.

    • Climate,
    • Weather

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