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ATOC in the News

Science@NASA video on Teleconnections in Noctilucent Clouds; work from Cora Randall's group
April 2014

ATOC Associate Professor and Associate Chair Dr. John Cassano blogs from Antarctica.

Is "Conservative Scholar" an oxymoron?  Guest opinion by John Fasullo
Daily Camera, February 2, 2014

Implementation committee for School of the Environment and Sustainability named
January 29, 2014

ATOC Professor Darin Toohey selected as a recipient of the Boulder Faculty Assembly Faculty Recognition Award
December 10, 2013

Geoengineering the climate could reduce vital rains
November 2013

AMS Carl-Gustaf Rossby Research Medal goes to Brian Toon
October 9, 2013

Why Did Sea Level Drop in 2010?
August 2013

"CU study shows how early Earth kept warm enough to support life"
July 9, 2013

"Water Isotopes Leave Fingerprints for Climate Scientists"
National Science Foundation Science Nation June 24, 2013

ATOC Professor O. Brian Toon selected CU Boulder 2013 Distinguished Research Lecturer
March 2013

Matthew Aitken receives AMS Outstanding Student Presentation award
January 28, 2013

ATOC Graudate Student Laura Holt receives the IAGA Young Scientist Award
January 2013

High-Tech Tools Tackle Wind Farm Performance
NREL Newsroom, September 20, 2012

ATOC Graduate Student Brian Vanderwende awarded First Place in the student poster competition at the AMS Boundary Layers and Turbulence meeting in Boston
July 2012

"Four scientists at CU-Boulder get early career awards from White House"
Daily Camera, July 23, 2012

"A feeling for snow - David Noone"
ABC Science, July 19, 2012

Cora E. Randall elected AGU Fellow 2012
January 2012

Oceanographer wins early career award
Univeristy of Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine,
November 2011

Peter Pilewskie recieves the Humboldt Research Award
October 2011

ATOC Graduate Students Ryan Neely III  and Samantha Stevenson are selected for outstanding student presentations at the WCRP Open Science Conference
October 25, 2011

Ryan Neely and Mike O'Neill - coauthors of a paper winning the 2010 OAR Outstanding Scientific Paper Award
October 2011

Enhancing energy production by wind farms
SPIE Digital Library, August 8, 2011

10 Award-Winning Scientific Simulation Videos: Wind-Farm Turbulence
Wired Science, August 8, 2011

"CU-Boulder planning new, $100 million geosciences complex"
Daily Camera, August 31, 2011

Baylor Fox-Kemper wins AGU's 2011 Early Career Ocean Sciences Award
August 2011

"Study Shows Airborne Particles May Offset Atmospheric Warming"
Channel 7 News, July 30, 2011

Brian Toon wins Roger Revelle Medal for 2011
July 2011

Colorado Public Radio interview with Dr. Julie Lundquist by Jonathan Brown
May 18, 2011

"Colorado researchers trying to build a better wind farm"
FOX31 Denver, May 10, 2011

"CU-Boulder leading study of wind turbine wakes"
April 26, 2011

Four ATOC students win outstanding student paper awards at AGU fall meeting
March 2011

Matthew Aitken wins AMS best student poster award
February 2011

"Wind Turbines on Farmland May Benefit Crops"
US News and World Report, December 20, 2010

"Boulder scientists: Space tourism could contribute to climate change"
Daily Camera, October 25, 2010

ATOC Graduate Student Adriana Raudzens Bailey wins AMS best student paper award
October 2010

"NCAR, CU-Boulder study: Strong winds could have parted Red Sea"
Daily Camera, September 21, 2010

CU research team awarded $2M to use modern methods to understand ancient Greenland ice
September 2010

"Patterns of Indian Ocean sea-level change in a warming climate"
Nature Geoscience, July 11, 2010

ATOC faculty member David Noone wins NSF early Career Award for water cycle research
June 2010

ATOC faculty member Cora Randall selected by the Provost for the University Excellence in Leadership Program in 2010-2011
June 2010

"Model of Convective Taylor Columns in Rotating Rayleigh-Benard Convection"
Physical Review Letters, June 4, 2010

"Fractal Organic Hazes Provided an Ultraviolet Shield for Early Earth"
Science, June 4, 2010

ATOC Graduate Student Kim Trenbath receives Chancellor's Award for Excellence in STEM Education
May 2010

ATOC Graduate Student Samantha Stevenson wins CIRES Innovative Research Grant
April 2010

ATOC Graduate Student Christa Hasenkopf receives 2010-2011 Fulbright Grant
April 2010

"CU-Boulder Faculty, Students to Chase Tornadoes Once Again This Spring"
Office of News Services, University of Colorado at Boulder, April 20, 2010

ATOC Graduate Student Mariah Walton wins Hoenich Award (Bev Sears Named Graduate Student Grant Award).
April 2010

ATOC Graduate Student Jesse Nusbamuer receives National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship Award for 2010.
April 2010

2009 Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Student Poster Conference Winner: Yolanda Roberts
December 7, 2009

"Stormier Arctic Predicted as Ice Melts"
National Geographic News, October 15, 2009

"ICE STORIES Dispatches from Polar Scientists"

"CU-Boulder Awarded $42 Million by NASA for Design and Construction of Instrument to Measure Solar Radiation, Climate Change"
Office of News Services, University of Colorado at Boulder, July 10, 2009

"NEWS FROM SPACE: Mercury's mystery side unveiled, to be or not to be a supernova, and the environmental considerations of expanding space exploration."

AAAS Science Update podcast, June 12, 2009

"Melting Greenland ice may threaten Northeast"
Univeristy of Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine, May 2009

"Pulse on Polynyas. Scientists to employ UAV to measure atmosphere over sea ice phenomenon."
The Antarctic Sun, May 8, 2009

"Rocket Launches Damage Ozone Layer, Study Says"
National Geographic News, April 14, 2009

"Slide Show: 10 Important Atmospheric Science Experiments"
Scientific American, April 7, 2009

"Dr. Strangelove: The Sequel. Peril in Cold War's wake is worse than people think experts say."
University of Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine, April 2009