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Helping the ski industry with better climate data – Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Helping the ski industry with better climate data - Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering 1

2020-11-10 16:42:59

Climate data from researchers at the Colorado Climate Center at CSU will help the managers of Colorado’s ski resorts prepare for the changing climate.

The data will provide managers the tools to mitigate future crises like wildfires and risks related to climate change.

Helping the ski industry with better climate data – Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Colorado Climate Center brings together key weather and climate forecasting tailored specifically for winter mountain recreation businesses.

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In the City: Coming together and looking toward the future

In the City: Coming together and looking toward the future 2

2020-12-03 00:45:11

"Our community continues to confront collective grief related to the coronavirus pandemic, racial injustices, and local wildfires; yet within that grief we still find gratitude." -Chief Sustainability Officer Jackie Kozak-Thiel

Read more from Jackie Kozak-Thiel on how, in a year full of challenges, our community has continued to care for each other. 👇🏾

In the City: Coming together and looking toward the future

Even as we grieve our community's losses, we can find gratitude and resilience.

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CSU researchers correctly predicted active 2020 Atlantic hurricane season

CSU researchers correctly predicted active 2020 Atlantic hurricane season 3

2020-12-02 23:45:57

Hurricane research by the CSU Tropical Meteorology Project accurately forecasted the active season, which was cited by national news media and helped coastal communities prepare for storms.

CSU researchers correctly predicted active 2020 Atlantic hurricane season

The season broke the single-season Atlantic named storm record with 30 named storms and also featured 13 hurricanes and six major hurricanes.

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CSU team lands NSF award to study streams, snowpack in Cameron Peak Fire area

CSU team lands NSF award to study streams, snowpack in Cameron Peak Fire area 4

2020-12-02 17:44:04

The National Science Foundation has awarded CSU scientists $50,000 to study snowpack, streams and sediment in waterways that were affected by the Cameron Peak Fire, the largest fire in the state’s history.

CSU team lands NSF award to study streams, snowpack in Cameron Peak Fire area

Researchers will study snowpack, streams and sediment in waterways affected by the largest wildfire in Colorado history.

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