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The Beauty of Our Science

The Beauty of Our Science

30 May 2024

From the Program Manager, Program News

Program Manager Jeff Stehr reflects on the beauty of the science around us, the dedication of the ASR community, and the importance of sharing the impact of our science with a wider audience.

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Daniel Vrinceanu: Champion of Science for the Underrepresented

Daniel Vrinceanu: Champion of Science for the Underrepresented

30 May 2024

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An atomic physicist is leading an effort to develop an atmospheric science program at Texas Southern University, a historically Black institution in the heart of Houston.

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Marine Stratocumulus Clouds Seem to Consist of Neighborhoods of Relatively Uniform Properties

Marine Stratocumulus Clouds Seem to Consist of Neighborhoods of Relatively Uniform Properties

30 May 2024

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ASR researchers report that marine stratocumulus clouds seem to consist of neighborhoods of relatively uniform properties.

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Scratching the Surface of Aerosols with Uncrewed Aerial Systems

Scratching the Surface of Aerosols with Uncrewed Aerial Systems

29 May 2024

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Scientists combine uncrewed aerial system measurements with state-of-the-art surface analysis techniques to create a more accurate description of the three-dimensional structure of aerosol particles.

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Two Graduate Students to Pursue ASR Research Through DOE’s SCGSR Program

Two Graduate Students to Pursue ASR Research Through DOE’s SCGSR Program

29 May 2024

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Eighty-six graduate students were recently selected for DOE's Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) program, including two who will focus on ASR-relevant research.

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ASR Researchers Look to Origins of New Particle Formation

ASR Researchers Look to Origins of New Particle Formation

28 May 2024

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New particle formation (NPF) helps determine, on a global scale, how clouds absorb and reflect solar radiation. Now, a University of Utah team is using an uncrewed aerial system to understand the relationship between turbulence and new particle formation.

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Jay Mace: Student of Southern Ocean Clouds

Jay Mace: Student of Southern Ocean Clouds

29 April 2024

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University of Utah atmospheric scientist Jay Mace is co-PI of the ASR-supported CAPE-k campaign.  Learn about CAPE-k and Mace’s career-long focus on climate drivers in the Southern Hemisphere.

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ASR Scientists Challenge Perceptions of the Link Between Clouds and Land

ASR Scientists Challenge Perceptions of the Link Between Clouds and Land

29 April 2024

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Recent research questions conventional understanding of how clouds form and engage with the Earth’s surface.

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Earth Day, CAPE-k, and Comedy

Earth Day, CAPE-k, and Comedy

29 April 2024

From the Program Manager, Program News

Program Manager Jeff Stehr reflects on Earth Day, discusses the launch of the ASR-supported Cloud And Precipitation Experiment at kennaook (CAPE-k) campaign, and provides a bit of levity with his experience in improv comedy—and how that experience helped his career journey in climate science.

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Kara Lamb: Ice-Cloud Puzzle Master

Kara Lamb: Ice-Cloud Puzzle Master

1 April 2024

Program News

Columbia University associate research scientist and ASR researcher Kara Lamb's career path has taken fascinating turns, from literature and theoretical physics to atmospheric science.

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