News clips at a glance: Oct. 28-Nov. 1

Total: ~ 372; $502,575 in advertising value

Summary: Front Range ozone, geoengineering, volcanoes and climate, US climate change, solar energy forecasting, Antarctic winds, ozone and climate, DDN-HPE collaboration

Notable clips:

Scientists quantify sources of summertime ozone along Front Range (ACOM, Gabriele Pfister and Frank Flocke)
Boulder Daily Camera
Vehicles, oil and gas top sources of Front Range ozone, NCAR study shows
(Additional media outlets, including the Denver Post and Colorado Public Radio, also followed up on the NCAR/UCAR news release about this research.)

New studies show potential of geoengineering (CGD, Yaga Richter; CGD and ACOM, Simone Tilmes)
Climate News Network
Geoengineering can work -- if the world wants it
(Ars Technica also followed up on the NCAR/UCAR news release about this research.)

Potential climatic impacts of major volcanic eruptions (RAL, Flavio Lehner)
Giant eruption at Bali volcano could unleash global cooling at scale not seen for decades

Future volcanic eruptions could have greater climatic impacts (CGD, John Fasullo)
Daily Mail
Future volcanic eruptions could lead to “years without summer”
(Several additional media outlets also followed up on the NCAR/UCAR news release about this research.)

Historical impact of volcanic eruptions (ACOM, Mike Mills)
Chemistry World
Ancient Egyptian uprisings triggered by volcanic eruptions

U.S. winters are getting shorter with climate change (CGD, Kevin Trenberth)
Associated Press
Science says: Jack Frost nipping at your nose ever later
(This AP article was picked up by dozens of media outlets across the US)

Scientists weigh in on US Climate Science Special Report (CGD, Kevin Trenberth)
National Geographic
Climate science report contradicts Trump administration positions

NY Power Authority building on NCAR solar energy forecasts (RAL)
Renewable Energy World
NY Power Authority, national lab scale up solar forecasting research

Winds affecting Antarctic climate (CGD, Jerry Meehl)
For scientists predicting sea level rise, wind is the biggest unknown

Recovery of ozone layer has helped slow climate change (ACOM, Rolando Garcia)
The ozone hole is the smallest it’s been in 30 years

Social media highlights:

A pair of tweets (here and here) about an NCAR-led project to provide climate forecasts at the watershed level reached a combined 4,400 people.

A visualization of ozone pollution along the northern Front Range posted on Facebook reached 9,200 people.

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017 to Friday, November 17, 2017

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