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Based on His Experiences, This Alum Sees Strong Skills Developing and A Chance at a Successful Career

Reid Kisselback always knew he wanted to be a meteorologist. He experienced natural disasters like many others, with the passing of a relative from a ...
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Building Stronger Communities and Critical Infrastructure With Future-Focused Research

Changes in local weather patterns caused by a warming planet are posing unforeseen risk to the systems and structures that allow society to function. ...
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How Does the El Nino Southern Oscillation Cycle (ENSO) Influence our Weather?

Ever wonder why weather fluctuates so drastically?  From hot and wet to cold and dry seasons, one of the main causes is due to ENSO, otherwise kn...
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Working to Improve Our Ability to Predict Hurricanes

In October 2016, Hurricane Matthew became the most destructive hurricane to hit the United States in more than a decade, killing 49 people and causing...
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Converting Trash to Treasure To Make Cooling More Efficient

Boy, it’s hot outside this week. New York is going through a veritable heat wave with air temperatures in the 90s and feel-like temperatures app...