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Kolya Dols is all smiles after a ride down the slide at the UCAR Child Care Center. The center recently won accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children. more >

(Photo by Carlye Calvin.)

Staff Notes Monthly

For the people of NCAR, UCAR, and UOP Vol. 40, #10, November 2005

HAO researchers have issued a forecast for the next solar cycle. But they won't know until about 2010 whether it is accurate.    More >

The long wait

Kathy and David

New book helps water utility managers grapple with climate change
Water utility managers now have a primer to help them learn about how climate change may affect the resource they manage.   More >


Katy Schmoll

Katy Schmoll, COMET win awards in May
UCAR vice president awarded Distinguished Alumni Award, COMET wins Excellence in Geophysical Education Award.   More >


Climate change meets the arts
Local scientific and cultural organizations will harness the power of the arts next month during a festival designed to build awareness about climate change and sustainability.   More >

Random Profile: Meral Demirtas

Random Profile: Meral Demirtas
This month we profile Meral Demirtas, an associate scientist in the Research Applications Laboratory   More >

UCAR Child Care Center accreditation

UCAR Child Care Center accreditation
The UCAR Child Care Center has crossed an important milestone, winning accreditation from the Nation Association for the Education of Young Children.   More >

Delphi Question

Delphi Question
Protecting polyamorous individuals   More >



So much for a lazy summer vacation. SOARS and RESESS protégés and their director, Raj Pandya, are hard at work pondering everything from severe weather to air pollution and GPS applications. SOARS (Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research and Science) and RESESS (Research Experience in Solid Earth Science for Students) began on June 5, with 9 new protégés joining 14 returning protégés for 10 weeks of intensive research in both the atmospheric and solid Earth sciences. For more information.