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  1. UCAR Magazine

    A road trip through a “fair-weather” cold front

    Cold fronts are funny things. Sometimes they can sneak by without you knowing precisely when they’ve done so. Other times they are unmistakable.

    • Education + Outreach

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  2. Marina LaGrave

    Listening and learning

    The mysteries of the atmosphere are compelling enough to bring many into the fold of atmospheric and related science. But if you’re a first-generation college student from an underrepresented group, other factors may steer you away, according to UCAR’s Raj Pandya.

    • Education + Outreach

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  3. Scientist works on observing instrument with aircraft behind him

    Public to get behind-the-scenes view of NCAR's high-tech facilities on June 5

    Three locations in Boulder, Broomfield, will showcase lab tours, aircraft, scientific tools large and small, and conversations with staff.

    • Education + Outreach

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  4. Western kingbird

    Kingbirds catch flies in Coors Field—and without mitts

    An evening baseball game brings a lesson on how temperature affects insects, and thus the behavior of insect-catching birds—in this case, a pair of western kingbirds.

    • Education + Outreach

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  5. Plum blossums opening on a branch

    "Ten Most Wanted" plants inspected for clues to climate change

    Students, gardeners, retirees, and other volunteers taking part in a nationwide initiative, Project BudBurst, are finding hints that certain plants are blooming unusually early.

    • Education + Outreach,
    • Climate

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