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Measuring Up: Instrumentation Testing & Data Gathering at the Marshall Field Site

RAL Features Feed - April 16, 2019 - 2:31pm
Sunset panorama of the Marshall Field Site with the Foothills in the background.April 16, 2019 - 2:30pmMeasuring Up: Instrument Testing & Data Gathering at Marshall Field Site

Hidden-in-plain-sight on over 70-acres of land southeast of Boulder is a world-class atmospheric research site, run and maintained by NCAR’s Research Applications Laboratory (RAL), but open to the wider research community. The Marshall Field Site Instrument Testbed is an outdoor experimental lab ideally located at the base of the foothills.

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Urban heat and air pollution: A framework for integrating population vulnerability and indoor exposure in health risk analyses

Publications | RAL - April 10, 2019 - 1:00pm
O'Lenick, Cassandra R., Olga V. Wilhelmi, Ryan Michael, Mary H. Hayden, Amir Baniassadi, Christine Wiedinmyer, Andrew J. Monaghan, Peter J. Crank, David J. Sailor, 2019: Urban heat and air pollution: A framework for integrating population vulnerability and indoor exposure in health risk analyses. Science of The Total Environment, OpenSky .

Urban heat and air pollution: A framework for integrating population vulnerability and indoor exposure in health risk analyses

Publications | NSAP - April 10, 2019 - 1:00pm
O'Lenick, Cassandra R., Olga V. Wilhelmi, Ryan Michael, Mary H. Hayden, Amir Baniassadi, Christine Wiedinmyer, Andrew J. Monaghan, Peter J. Crank, David J. Sailor, 2019: Urban heat and air pollution: A framework for integrating population vulnerability and indoor exposure in health risk analyses. Science of The Total Environment, OpenSky .

UCAR Congressional Briefing: Forecasting the road ahead

A remote road in snowy conditions with a car

Experts emphasized the importance of investing in research and new technology to provide drivers with detailed weather forecasts, thereby improving safety and mobility.

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Ambient factors controlling the wintertime precipitation distribution across mountain ranges in the interior Western United States. Part II: Changes in orographic precipitation distribution in a pseudo–global warming simulation

Publications | RAL - April 1, 2019 - 1:00pm
Jing, Xiaoqin, Bart Geerts, Yonggang Wang, Changhai Liu, 2019: Ambient factors controlling the wintertime precipitation distribution across mountain ranges in the interior Western United States. Part II: Changes in orographic precipitation distribution in a pseudo–global warming simulation. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, OpenSky .

Ambient factors controlling the wintertime precipitation distribution across mountain ranges in the interior Western United States. Part II: Changes in orographic precipitation distribution in a pseudo–global warming simulation

Publications | HAP - April 1, 2019 - 1:00pm
Jing, Xiaoqin, Bart Geerts, Yonggang Wang, Changhai Liu, 2019: Ambient factors controlling the wintertime precipitation distribution across mountain ranges in the interior Western United States. Part II: Changes in orographic precipitation distribution in a pseudo–global warming simulation. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, OpenSky .

Stochastic characteristics for the vortical structure of a 5-MW wind turbine wake

Publications | RAL - April 1, 2019 - 1:00pm
Na, Ji Sung, Eunmo Koo, Seung Chul Ko, Rodman Linn, Domingo Muñoz-Esparza, Emilia Kyung Jin, Joon Sang Lee, 2019: Stochastic characteristics for the vortical structure of a 5-MW wind turbine wake. Renewable Energy, OpenSky .

Stochastic characteristics for the vortical structure of a 5-MW wind turbine wake

Publications | AAP - April 1, 2019 - 1:00pm
Na, Ji Sung, Eunmo Koo, Seung Chul Ko, Rodman Linn, Domingo Muñoz-Esparza, Emilia Kyung Jin, Joon Sang Lee, 2019: Stochastic characteristics for the vortical structure of a 5-MW wind turbine wake. Renewable Energy, OpenSky .

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