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April 2000

Atmosphere takes center stage at World Affairs Conference

Climate and weather, including space weather, will have an unusually high profile at the 52nd Conference on World Affairs (CWA). UCAR and NOAA are collaborating to bring two science panels to the conference, held each spring at CU-Boulder. The panels are being convened in celebration of NOAA's 30th and NCAR's 40th anniversaries. As with most of the CWA, the panels are free and open to the public. For more information, watch for announcements in This Week at UCAR or contact Susan Foster, ext. 2108, susanf@ucar.edu. See the CWA Web site.

Space Weather: Living with a Turbulent Sun

Wed. 4/12, 1:30-330 p.m., Macky Auditorium

Moderator: Joan Burkepile, NCAR High Altitude Observatory

Panelists: Tim Fuller-Rowell, NOAA Space Environment Center

JoAnn Joselyn, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES)


Barbara Thompson, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Climate Change: What's Happening? What's Coming? What's It Matter?

Thurs. 4/13, 1:00-3:00 p.m., Macky Auditorium, CU

Moderator: Susan Avery, CIRES

Panelists: David Easterling, NOAA National Climatic Data Center

Nancy Kete, World Resources Institute

Don Middleton, NCAR Scientific Computing Division

Judit Pap, University of California, Los Angeles

Tom Wigley, NCAR Climate and Global Dynamics Division

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