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September 11, 2017

Press roundup: ATS researchers offer insight on hurricanes Harvey and Irma

ATS research scientist Phil Klotzbach discusses Irma with NPR:

Powerful Storms Raise Questions About the Science of Hurricanes

9NEWS (KUSA) talks to Ph.D. candidate Chris Slocum and CIRA research scientist Kate Musgrave about the recent devastating hurricanes and the small changes that make all the difference in a storm’s track:

Expert weighs in on back-to-back hurricanes

Prof. Michael Bell discusses Hurricane Irma, one of the strongest storms on record as measured by wind speed, with 9NEWS (KUSA):

What we know about Hurricane Irma and its path

Phil Klotzbach talks to the Coloradoan about Harvey and why the longest-running seasonal Atlantic hurricane forecast comes from right here at CSU:

How landlocked Colorado became a hurricane-forecasting hot spot

Prof. Russ Schumacher explains Harvey’s deluge and mentions his research group’s study of multi-hazard situations, specifically when the threats of tornadoes and flash flooding occur in the same place at the same time:

What made the rain in Hurricane Harvey so extreme?