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Entries from January 2007

Storm Peak Lab on CNN

January 30th, 2007 · 2 Comments

From yesterday — this article on CNN about the Storm Peak Laboratory. It’s always nice to see some good publicity in our field that isn’t framed in terms of a shrill debate about whether or not global warming is occuring.

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Quantifying Climate Change

January 26th, 2007 · 4 Comments

I was going to post about some recent cavity ring-down experiments, but unfortunately for CRD-enthusiasts (any maybe fortunately for everyone else), an article appearing earlier this month in GRL on quantifiably defining climate change as a single index and using this lone index to explore climate change through the end of this century caught my [...]

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Tags: climate · modeling

A few more Shuttle pictures

January 25th, 2007 · 3 Comments

In addition to my previous picture postings from the recent work I’ve been involved in with the spac shuttle plume measurements, I have a couple more gems to share with you. The first is a picture of the night time shuttle launch, taken by my advisor, Linnea Avallone. It’s a fantastic shot that captures just [...]

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Head in a Cloud – Back, and better!

January 23rd, 2007 · No Comments

As school (and ski season) has taken its toll on my ability to write posts for this blog, I have grown increasingly aware of the fact that to maintain the longevity and activity of this blog, I need help! Last fall I solicited for this help, and I have been blessed by the show of [...]

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