NCAR & UCAR in the News: Jan 10-16

This week summary: ~400 appearances in the news media with ~$400,000 in equivalent advertising value

Notable news stories

An EPIC way to improve weather forecasts (UCAR, Antonio Busalacchi)

Boston Globe

*******

Australia's Wildfires Are Releasing Vast Amounts Of Carbon (ACOM, Rebecca Buchholtz)

NPR

*This story was republished in dozens of radio outlets.

*******

2019 Was a Record Year for Ocean Temperatures, Data Show (CGD, Kevin Trenberth)

New York Times

*Multiple outlets have also published articles about this study, including The Guardian and CNN.

*******

Firenadoes, ember attacks and megafires: Australia is seeing sci-fi weather (MMM, Janice Coen)

Washington Post

*******

Colorado has seen the largest increase in natural disasters, study says (RAL, Jason Knievel)

Loveland Reporter-Herald

*******

What Is Ozone, and Why Are Colorado’s Levels So Bad? (ACOM, Gabi Pfister and Frank Flocke)

5280 Magazine

*******

House panel approves space weather bill (UCAR, Antonio Busalacchi)

Space News

*******

Social media highlight

Social media posts from the AMS meeting in Boston, including tweets that highlight booth talks and swag, have been viewed by more than 12,000 users.

Announcement Timing: 
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 to Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Posted by Ali Branscombe at ext. 8609, abran@ucar.edu

Quick Facts

NCAR is managed by the nonprofit University Corporation for Atmospheric Research on behalf of NSF and the UCAR university community.

  • NCAR is not a federal agency and its employees are not part of the federal personnel system.
  • Our activities complement those of the federal agencies and we work closely with them.

More about us