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Refining Long-Term Data of Ozone in the Stratosphere Using Observations and Modeling

A recent study supported by AC4 uses modeling methods to improve long-term observational records, confirming an understood trend of decreasing ozone in the lower stratosphere and challenging previous work showing a positive trend in the upper stratosphere.

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Fair-weather cumulus clouds are found to stimulate more surface energy exchange over a forested landscape

By Xinyi Zeng, Science Communications Specialist New research in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres found that low, fair-weather, cumulus clouds stimulate stronger surface energy exchange in comparison to other sky conditions over a forested landscape in northern Wisconsin. CIRES scientist Joseph Sedlar led the research along with a team of scientists from CIRES, NOAA

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El Niño Impacts for Colorado: Panel Discussion and 2-Pager

Given the very strong El Niño event and its likely persistence for several more months, the Western Water Assessment, a NOAA RISA program at CU Boulder, hosted a panel of local experts from NOAA ESRL and the National Weather Service on Friday, Oct. 23. They also released a 2-pager highlighting ENSO’s prospective impacts in Colorado.

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