Presenter: Thomas C. Peterson
From : World Meteorological Organization’s Commission for Climatology
Date: May 6
**Starts at 2:30 pm**
Title: The Story of Climate Data
Hosted by ATS Department
April 27, 2016: Ben Toms Awarded 2016 American Meteorological Society Graduate Fellowship
April 20, 2016: Join Us for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the New GOES-R Antenna
April 18, 2016: Herbert Riehl, Alumni, and Outstanding Alumni Award Ceremony
April 16, 2016: In Memory of Professor Emeritus William Gray
April 6, 2016: CSU Atmospheric Science Professors Awarded EPA Grant to Study Wildfire Effects
March 28, 2016: Zitely Tzompa Receives 2015 Rocky Mountain States Section of Air and Waste Management Association Scholarship
March 15, 2016: Emily Riley Receives 2015 Editors' Citation for Excellence in Refereeing - JGR-Atmospheres
March 4, 2016: FORTCAST to host Dr. Laura Sample McMeeking at their March Chapter Meeting
February 14, 2016: Dr. Eugene A. Mueller, radar pioneer, passes away
February 12, 2016: Karly Reimel Breaks CSU Women's Track Indoor Pole Vault Record, Twice
February 10, 2016: Department Head Jeff Collett appointed to serve on The USDA Agricultural Air Quality Task Force
February 4, 2016: Jakob Lindaas Receives an Outstanding Student Platform Presentation Award at the 2016 AMS Annual Meeting
February 3, 2016: Peter Marinescu Receives an Outstanding Student Presenation Award at the 2016 AMS Annual Meeting
January 7, 2016: Reception for Alumni, Faculty, Students, and Friends at the 96th AMS Meeting
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