NSF's Weather or Not!

A big helping of weather and climate research, with sides of other sciences and engineering research making news

NSF's Weather or Not!

An array of underwater microphones catalogues the sounds of marine mammals, such as Bowhead whales and Bearded seals, near the Bering Strait

NSF's Weather or Not!

How does space weather impact us here on Earth? NSF-funded Bob Clauer explains why space weather forecasts are important and how he's hoping to improve them

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Rat relief? NSF-funded molecular ecologist Michael Blum shares some surprising results from his team's tracking of pathogen-carrying rodents after disasters

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Earth Science Week wraps up with this interview about the impact of drought and heat on power plants in the western U.S

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It's World Oceans Day -- what better time to eavesdrop on the sounds of the deep? Turns out, it's quite noisy down there!

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We're kicking off World Oceans Day early with this research story about how coral reefs are similar to humans -- their health is tied to their microbiomes

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Happy Earth Day! Sometimes it's a good thing to have your head in the clouds, especially when you're researching the global climate

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Rat relief? NSF-funded molecular ecologist Michael Blum shares some surprising results from his team's tracking of pathogen-carrying rodents after disasters

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Human forecasting? NSF-funded Paul Torrens uses Big Data techniques to better predict how people react to hazardous weather and the impact on infrastructure

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Here's some science behind the brilliant colors of Autumn and how the season may adjust due to climate change

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Harvard biologist Andrew Richardson explains how the PhenoCam Network provides continuous monitoring of vegetation across the U.S.

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NSF-funded William Anderegg explains his research suggesting that forests don't bounce back from extreme drought

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NSF-funded researchers forecast the impact of heat and drought on power generation in the western U.S. and explain why power plants need to become more resilient

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West Nile virus forecasts? It might be possible thanks to NSF-funded research that is finding correlations between weather patterns and virus outbreaks

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Scientists detect salty groundwater networks in Antarctica’s McMurdo Dry Valleys using a novel airborne electromagnetic mapping sensors system called SkyTEM

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Just in time for Hurricane Preparedness Week, we have a story about an NSF-funded computer model that may greatly improve the accuracy of hurricane forecasts

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Maria Avila of Stanford University explains how researchers identified DNA and solved a slave trade mystery