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Colorado’s governor awards scientists for air quality work during Gulf oil spill

Colorado’s governor awards scientists for air quality work during Gulf oil spill

A team of scientists from NOAA and the University of Colorado-CIRES will receive the governor’s Award for High-Impact Research for discoveries made during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill crisis.

October 5, 2012 0 Comments
Watch video LIVE from the seafloor as NOAA and partners explore deep-sea volcanoes

Watch video LIVE from the seafloor as NOAA and partners explore deep-sea volcanoes

With just a computer or mobile device, you can virtually join a NOAA-led team of 35 international scientists as they explore seafloor volcanoes.

September 17, 2012 0 Comments
NOAA selects University of Colorado-Boulder to lead Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences

NOAA selects University of Colorado-Boulder to lead Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences

NOAA has selected the University of Colorado-Boulder to continue a federal/academic partnership that extends NOAA’s ability to study climate change, improve weather models, and better predict how solar storms can disrupt communication and navigation technologies.

August 30, 2012 0 Comments
New NOAA awards to fund studies of weather warnings, social media, Internet tools and public response

New NOAA awards to fund studies of weather warnings, social media, Internet tools and public response

How do people sift important weather information out of the incessant buzz of 24/7 social media, text messages, smart phone alerts, and overflowing email inboxes? Four new research awards funded by NOAA seek to answer this question.

August 27, 2012 0 Comments
Magnifying Smoke

Magnifying Smoke

A new study directly measures the heat-trapping effect of wildfires during an actual wildfire that burned near Boulder, Colo., in 2010.

August 27, 2012 0 Comments
Researchers estimate total energy and local impact of the 2011 Japan tsunami

Researchers estimate total energy and local impact of the 2011 Japan tsunami

The March 11, 2011, Japan tsunami generated about 3 petajoules of energy, according to a new NOAA study. That’s enough to power New York City for seven days or the entire country of Canada for about two and a half hours,.

August 22, 2012 0 Comments
NOAA, partners find increase in airborne ethanol

NOAA, partners find increase in airborne ethanol

Ethanol, now used commonly in U.S. transportation fuels, is turning up in urban air at more than six times the levels measured a decade ago, according to a new study by a team of NOAA researchers and colleagues.

August 9, 2012 0 Comments
NOAA, partners find 50-year decline in some Los Angeles vehicle-related pollutants

NOAA, partners find 50-year decline in some Los Angeles vehicle-related pollutants

In California’s Los Angeles Basin, levels of some vehicle-related air pollutants have decreased by about 98 percent since the 1960s, even as area residents now burn three times as much gasoline and diesel fuel.

August 8, 2012 0 Comments
NOAA, partners: Earth’s oceans and ecosystems still absorbing about half the greenhouse gases emitted by people

NOAA, partners: Earth’s oceans and ecosystems still absorbing about half the greenhouse gases emitted by people

Earth’s oceans, forests and other ecosystems continue to soak up about half the carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere by human activities, even as those emissions have increased, according to a study by University of Colorado and NOAA scientists published today in the journal Nature.

August 1, 2012 0 Comments
NOAA research on South Asian monsoon honored by World Meteorological Organization

NOAA research on South Asian monsoon honored by World Meteorological Organization

A 2011 NOAA research paper that tied weaker South Asian summer monsoons to human activities has won the World Meteorological Organization’s Norbert Gerbier-MUMM International Award for 2013.

July 31, 2012 0 Comments
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