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  1. UCAR statement on the deaths of three OU meteorology students

    A statement on the tragic deaths of three students who had a bright future in meteorology.

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  2. Akira Kasahara at NCAR in 1970

    NCAR and UCAR mourn the passing of pioneering scientist Akira Kasahara

    Akira Kasahara, one of the giants of NCAR’s scientific legacy, passed away overnight on March 30.

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  3. UCAR statement on the fire near the NCAR Mesa Lab

    On behalf of the staff of UCAR, I would like to extend our deepest gratitude to the firefighters, first responders, and other emergency workers whose dedication prevented the wildland fire that ignited on March 26, 2022, from damaging our facilities.

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  4. Neil Jacobs named chief science advisor for the Unified Forecast System

    Neil Jacobs has been chosen to serve as chief science advisor for the Unified Forecast System (UFS), an effort by the broad scientific community to develop a common, open-source modeling infrastructure that encourages collaboration and eases the transition from research to operations with the goal of improving NOAA’s forecast models.

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  5. UCAR statement on the Boulder County fire

    Antonio Busalacchi, the president of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, has issued a statement on the Dec. 30, 2021, fire in Boulder County.

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