1. Interdisciplinary program to examine potential coastal impacts of climate change, natural hazards

    NCAR is launching a significant new program this summer, naming nine early career faculty members from U.S. universities to conduct interdisciplinary research into the impacts of climate change and natural hazards on U.S. coasts.

    • Education + Outreach

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  2. Heavy traffic in New Delhi

    Predicting unhealthy air

    Residents of New Delhi and nearby heavily polluted areas of northern India now have access to air quality forecasts that provide critical information for reducing their exposure to potentially unhealthy air.

    • Air Quality

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  3. A visualization of MPAS run at a high resolution

    Teaching old codes new tricks

    NCAR has partnered with The Weather Company to experiment with a new technology that could make global, storm-scale forecasting a practical reality: graphical processing units, or GPUs.

    • Supercomputing,
    • Weather

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  4. Administration proposes FY20 cuts to federal science programs

    Similar to previous spending requests, science funding and other non-defense discretionary spending were significantly reduced.

    • Government Relations

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  5. A remote road in snowy conditions with a car

    UCAR Congressional Briefing: Forecasting the road ahead

    Experts emphasized the importance of investing in research and new technology to provide drivers with detailed weather forecasts, thereby improving safety and mobility.

    • Weather

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